If you have enjoyed Las Vegas or ever spent a day in the Casinos in the Nevada Desert you might be sad to hear that the Sin City Destination might not be around soon..

Barnett predicts the city’s water supply will collapse when Lake Mead runs “bone dry” in less than 20 years. Rob Mrowka, a Las Vegas-based scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity, agrees with his assessment, saying:

The drought is like a slow spreading cancer across the desert. It’s not like a tornado or a tsunami, bang. The effects are playing out over decades. And as the water situation becomes more dire we are going to start having to talk about the removal of people (from Las Vegas).