No. There would have been a time where this scenario may have been possible, although not plausible, as trade would not have developed enough to allow for importing and exporting large amounts of bottled water across the world. Even before that though, because water necessitates our survival, successful societies would not have been established were there not consistent access to drinking water. Gold, being a luxury item, would normally have garnered a higher price as a result, even in cultures where water was scarce.
No. gold is more expensive than water because it is mined rather than water when water is just to make a dam and plant for pulling & cleaning water with chemical
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