Yep, theoretically. The problem is just that it would cost a totally disproportionate amount of energy, time, and money to do so at the moment, but it can theoretically be done- the antarctic ice sheet has 61% of the world’s freshwater supply.
The antarctic ice sheet is mostly composed of fresh water, so that should theoretically be possible. The debate would be whether it would be a feasible plan, given the distance from Antarctica to many places that would be in need of water.
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