Water on Earth

If you take the total amount of water on Earth and divide it by the world population, that equals about .204 cubic kilometers of water per person.

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Just how much water is that? Well, it is about .6 times the volume of oil transported by oil tankers worldwide in a year:

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But what about just the fresh water?

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    Don’t be alarmed though, that is five trillion one hundred and sixty billion litres of fresh water per person.
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    lol Michelle wasn’t that a Fermi Question?