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It’s absolutely pouring in Los Angeles Monday night as another storm hits the area, with rivers running down my street, my yard turned into a large swimming pool, and evacuations being ordered in Prince Harry’s town of Montecito (just south of Santa Barbara).

I wrote last week about how instead of welcoming this desperately needed precipitation, the media has largely been portraying it in a negative light, bemoaning the terrifying-sounding “bomb cyclone” and predicting horrible things. Yes, the historic onslaught will cause some damage, but you don’t get Nature on your terms—you get it on Nature’s.

It begs the question: With billions upon billions of gallons falling out of the sky, Where does all the water go? Shouldn’t this be enough to end the drought and leave us with oodles of H2O?

It turns out that bad planning, waste of resources, and…

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