Ice Age Water and Energy

During Ice Age conditions, the colder Sun will produce 80% less precipitation, according to ice core data. By this loss, many regions become deserts, unless water can be brought to them, which is possible when it is drawn directly from the outflow of the Amazon River, the Orinoco River, the Parana River, and also the Congo River, the world’s four largest tropical rivers in flow volume, and the water is distributed word-wide via a network of floating arteries afloat in the oceans. Seawater desalination is too inefficient to meet the large need when the natural sources diminish, unless the process can be radically improved, which is theoretically possible. Unless this can be achieved, desalination is akin to chasing after ghosts.