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  1. Water, Water, Water — Libya’s Hidden Asset « The Story Behind The Story

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project, September 1, 2010 [...]

  2. mike merica
    mike merica
    March 21, 2011 at 5:23 pm |

    This is not a good thing since we already now of the devastating effect the depletion of ancient aquifers have on people. This project is a major disaster for the people of this region, it will encourage increasing birth rates, the last thing this earth needs at this point in time. And finally this water supply is finite, not infinite, one day it will be pumped dry.

  3. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The Ruthless Truth blog

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project [...]

  4. Virtually unknown in the West: Libya’s water resources | Dark Politricks

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project, September 1, 2010 The 1st of September marks the anniversary of the opening of the major stage of Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project. This incredibly huge and successful water scheme isvirtually unknown in the West, yet it rivals and even surpasses all our greatest development projects. The leader of the so-called advanced countries, the United States of America cannot bring itself to acknowledge Libya’s Great Man-Made River. The West refuses to recognize that a small country, with a population no more than four million, can construct anything so large without borrowing a single cent from the international banks. [...]

  5. Virtually unknown in the West: Libya’s water resources « The Truth is Where?

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project, September 1, 2010 The 1st of September marks the anniversary of the opening of the major stage of Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project. This incredibly huge and successful water scheme isvirtually unknown in the West, yet it rivals and even surpasses all our greatest development projects. The leader of the so-called advanced countries, the United States of America cannot bring itself to acknowledge Libya’s Great Man-Made River. The West refuses to recognize that a small country, with a population no more than four million, can construct anything so large without borrowing a single cent from the international banks. [...]

  6. Libyen: Die Schlächter sind unter uns. Stoppen wir sie! | mein name ist mensch

    [...] [3] „Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project“ Artikel vom 1.9.2010 http://www.goumbook.com/4729/libyas-great-man-made-river-project/ [...]

  7. PRATICAMENTE SCONOSCIUTE IN OCCIDENTE: LE RISORSE D’ACQUA LIBICHE -

    [...] un ENORME CONDOTTO DI ACQUA DOLCE fino alla regione di Bengasi? Stavano aspettando che finisse? Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010 …Nel 1960 durante un’esplorazione petrolifera nel profondo sud del deserto Libico, vaste [...]

  8. Die Schlächter sind unter uns. Stoppen wir sie! « Polemik

    [...] [3] „Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project“ Artikel vom 1.9.2010 http://www.goumbook.com/4729/libyas-great-man-made-river-project/ [...]

  9. andreax
    andreax
    March 25, 2011 at 9:31 pm |

    @mike
    the day water will be pumped dry people will decrease birth rate, simple.

  10. Oltre la Coltre » PRATICAMENTE SCONOSCIUTE IN OCCIDENTE: LE RISORSE D’ACQUA LIBICHE

    [...] Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010 [...]

  11. Lybia: una missione umanitaria « thenonexistentknight

    [...] Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010 [...]

  12. Libia/Sviluppo: Le grandi risorse d’acqua invidiate dall’Occidente; Un fiume artificiale! | Ecumene24

    [...] Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010… Nel 1960 durante un’esplorazione petrolifera nel profondo sud del deserto Libico, vaste riserve di acqua di alta qualità furono scoperte sotto forma di falde acquifere. … …In Libia ci sono quattro grandi bacini sotterranei, e cioè il bacino di Kufra, il bacino di Sirte, il bacino di Morzuk e quello di Hamada, di cui i primi tre messi insieme contengono una riserva di 35.000 chilometri cubi di acqua. Queste vaste riserve offrono una quantità quasi illimitata di acqua per il popolo libico. [...]

  13. Libia/Sviluppo: Le grandi risorse d’acqua invidiate dall’Occidente; Un fiume artificiale! – Comunità Angolana in Roma

    [...] Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010… Nel 1960 durante un’esplorazione petrolifera nel profondo sud del deserto Libico, vaste riserve di acqua di alta qualità furono scoperte sotto forma di falde acquifere. … …In Libia ci sono quattro grandi bacini sotterranei, e cioè il bacino di Kufra, il bacino di Sirte, il bacino di Morzuk e quello di Hamada, di cui i primi tre messi insieme contengono una riserva di 35.000 chilometri cubi di acqua. Queste vaste riserve offrono una quantità quasi illimitata di acqua per il popolo libico. [...]

  14. Libia/Sviluppo: Le grandi risorse d’acqua invidiate dall’Occidente; Un fiume artificiale! « Angola Xyami – Best Articles Directory

    [...] un ENORME CONDOTTO DI ACQUA DOLCE fino alla regione di Bengasi? Stavano aspettando che finisse?Il Progetto Grande Fiume Artificiale Libico, 1 Settembre 2010… Nel 1960 durante un’esplorazione petrolifera nel profondo sud del deserto Libico, vaste [...]

  15. WEST vs CHINA: THE NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL « 21st Century Wire

    [...] recently completed one of the most expensive and advance water works projects in world history- Libya’s Great Man Made River. A 30 year venture, finished only last year, gives Libya the potential for an agricultural and [...]

  16. WEST vs CHINA: A NEW COLD WAR BEGINS ON LIBYAN SOIL | War On You: Breaking Alternative News

    [...] recently completed one of the most expensive and advance water works projects in world history- Libya’s Great Man Made River.  This 30 year venture finished only last year, gives Libya the potential for an agricultural and [...]

  17. The 4th Media » The West Versus China: A New Cold War Begins on Libyan Soil

    [...] recently completed one of the most expensive and advance water works projects in world history- Libya’s Great Man Made River.  This 30 year venture finished only last year, gives Libya the potential for an agricultural and [...]

  18. real life
    real life
    June 7, 2011 at 8:57 am |

    to the poeple who disagree with this project i’m telling that even though this project cost a lot you were not living in Libya at that days when we suffered from the sea water intrusion and the paucity of the water for drinking or for the irrigation. Whatever the water will remain or will be used, we can use the fresh water until 2050 almost and we started working to find new resources for the new generation and Allah is with us.

  19. abega minkala
    abega minkala
    June 17, 2011 at 1:02 pm |

    La Lybie a donné l’exemple de ce que doivent faire tous les pays défavorisés.
    La guerre injuste menée actuellement est peut etre une mesure de représaille face à cette volonté de vivre digne et libre.

  20. Virtually Unknown in the West: Libya’s water resources | The Paradise Post

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project, September 1, 2010 The 1st of September marks the anniversary of the opening of the major stage of Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project. This incredibly huge and successful water scheme is virtually unknown in the West, yet it rivals and even surpasses all our greatest development projects. The leader of the so-called advanced countries, the United States of America cannot bring itself to acknowledge Libya’s Great Man-Made River. The West refuses to recognize that a small country, with a population no more than four million, can construct anything so large without borrowing a single cent from the international banks. [...]

  21. Virtually unknown in the West: Libya’s water resources » Bigman Design

    [...] Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project, September 1, 2010 [...]

  22. O pau que bate em Chico, bate em Francisco? | QI – Que inteligência?

    [...] Chad, Egito e Sudão) e teve seu aproveitamento focado exatamente na Líbia. A construção do GMMR (Great Manmade River) iniciada em 1983 e que custou mais de US$25bi foi uma revolução na [...]

  23. Syria, deception and the Matilda Effect « Sydwalker's Weblog

    [...] one of the lowest literacy rates in the world to one of the highest in its region. It built the largest desert irrigation project in the world, employed millions of African labourers and helped fund crucial continent-wide projects such [...]

  24. The Syrian conflict and the media Matildas | Independent Australia

    [...] one of the lowest literacy rates in the world to one of the highest in its region. It built the largest desert irrigation project in the world, employed millions of African labourers and helped fund crucial continent-wide projects such [...]

  25. The Syrian conflict and the media Matildas | OccuWorld

    [...] one of the lowest literacy rates in the world to one of the highest in its region. It built the largest desert irrigation project in the world, employed millions of African labourers and helped fund crucial continent-wide projects such [...]

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