The average American uses more than 180 gallons of fresh, clean water a day, while many rural villagers in the Third World nations spend up to six hours a day obtaining their water from distant, polluted streams. The Water Resources Council projects that of the 106 water supply regions in the United States (US) water supplies to 17 of them will be seriously inadequate in the next decades. The human body has a solid phase, of course. Though it is true that the human body typically consists of approximately 60% water, bone, tissue, cartridge, muscle, tendon, and sinew alone or in combination provide the solid substance upon which the human body is formed. Living cells comprise a number of chemicals and organelles within a liquid substance, the cytoplasm, and the cell’s survival may be threatened by changes in the proportion of water in the cytoplasm.