Just to make clear what you are speculating about: the Ob-Irtysh, Lena and Yenissei rivers are among the 10 longest on earth - Mississippi+Missouri-style!
The Soviet plans calculated not with sticks of dynamite but about 250 nuclear explosions to divert them. Maybe a little brain exercise and maybe assisted by some math teacher: Can you calculate how many bottles or barrels would be required to drain and fill one Mississippi river into, or three of them?
Honestly, you deserve the best teachers.
Just to make clear, I have no reason to give a fuck. You completely misunderstand what I'm saying, and then go on with your WoT drivel about totally useless and irrelevant things. I can't explain humor to you.
You also misunderstand the US military. They like to blow shit up. And if nobody's shooting at them, even better. Failure isn't something they consider at that level. If the first attempt doesn't quite work right, they recalculate and try again, probably with more dynamite this time.
I don't need to do any brain exercises, you just need to know that your reading comprehension needs to improve. At no point did I say anything about drying any rivers up. I mean, eventually maybe, but since that wasn't something I said, it isn't the immediate goal. The water could be sent in bottles, barrels, tankers, maybe a hose that goes all the way to the Middle East? It could still be moved elsewhere. Then if there's more water, the process could be done as many times as necessary.
So yeah, reply to the words actually on the screen. Or don't. Whatever.