Water on Earth, you have it worse than on Mars, according to a new report.

A report from the University of Arizona found that water pollution in the world’s oceans is so bad that scientists believe we could be facing the water crisis for centuries.

The report, titled The Water Problem, also found that we are using water much more than we thought.

According to the report, our water consumption has increased by 60 percent since 1970, and that trend will continue for decades to come.

Scientists also said that water on Mars is now almost half the amount that it was just 10 years ago, and the world may be entering a water crisis that will likely affect human life on Earth for decades.

Water is needed to grow food, make potable water, make clean drinking water, and even for making batteries.

“It’s a water problem,” said Dr. James Taylor, director of the Water Resources Institute at Arizona State University.

“We’ve got a water shortage.”

Water is essential to life on Mars because the Red Planet’s atmosphere is so thin.

And it’s also necessary for the growth of life on the planet.

Even so, scientists said there’s still a lot of room for improvement when it comes to water on the Red Mars.

According to the study, the Red Moon has a higher concentration of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrates and nitrites than Earth does, and a water deficit in the Red moon has not been identified for some time.

Taylor also said it will be hard to find a solution to the water problem on Mars if it’s not done by 2025, as NASA’s new rover is set to arrive in 2020.

A Mars mission to the Red planet would require a lot more money than the current mission to Mars, but if the Redmoon mission is successful, the money could be made available to NASA for another Mars mission.

In the meantime, NASA is trying to develop new technologies to help solve the water shortage, like the new technology called a “water sensor” that could allow us to measure water on a large scale, even in space.

(Read more about the study at water on space.)