Water water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. The debate rages on whether California should invest the billion dollars per plant it will take to provide drinking water from the Pacific. IDE Technologies of Israel has built 400 plants over four decades and has refined the techniques, lowered the cost per gallon, and reduced environmental impact. Carlsbad and San Diego are now players, will LA and San Francisco follow suit? Critics site the cost as being high, yet Californians are ready to build a football stadium to attract an NFL team. The last one built, Dallas Cowboy Stadium (AT&T) cost $1.2 billion. You can build a plant that will cover the water needs for a city the size of Los Angeles with that kind of money. Matt Griffin of Payson Petroleum joins us for the Q & A on Mastering Money.