- This Water Bottle for Bikes Generates H2O From the Air (Citylab, Nov 12, 2014):
Under hot and humid conditions, “Fontus” claims to “make” 17 ounces of water in an hour.
magine taking a brutal cross-state bicycle ride without once stopping to top off your water supply. That thirsty-sounding trek could become a comfortable reality one day thanks to Kristof Retezár, an Austrian designer behind an incredible, self-filling water bottle.
Retezár’s “Fontus” system, which is competing for a James Dyson Award, is a sleek, two-piece contraption that attaches to a bike’s frame. When a cycle is in motion, air is funneled into the top holster and distributed over a “condensing structure.” A solar-powered cooling element then turns it into moisture that drips down a pipe into a detachable water bottle. (Any kind of half-liter PET bottle will work.) Continue reading »
Tags: drinking water, Global News, Sports, Technology, Water
- California City Says Black, Sediment-Filled Tap Water is “Safe to Drink” (The Anti Media, Jan 27, 2015):
Residents in the city of Gardena, California have recently reported a foul-smelling, black sludge coming from their sinks, yet the Golden State Water Company claims that this grotesque “water” is safe to drink. And furthermore, it doesn’t sound like they are doing much to test the tap water for local residents.
Customers even gathered samples of the water for the water company to test, and they still refused to test the samples because they needed “special tubes” to do so. Continue reading »
Tags: California, drinking water, Global News, Government, Health, Politics, U.S., Water
- ‘Unprecedented mobilization’: Hundred-thousand rise against Irish water tax (Common Dreams, Nov 1, 2014):
Over 100 demonstrations held across Ireland protesting austerity scheme to tax, privatize water supply
Update 2:20 EST:
Protest organizers Right 2 Water estimate that over 150,000 people came out to protest the water charge scheme. In a statement released Saturday afternoon, they wrote: “Despite torrential rain, our expectations have been massively exceeded, with well over 150,000 people coming out in every neighbourhood, town and village to send a clear message to the Government: water is a human right, and we demand the abolition of domestic water charges.”
Earlier: Continue reading »
Tags: Activism, Global News, Government, Ireland, Politics, Taxes, Water
ORGANIC MINERALS VS. INORGANIC MINERALS
- Raw Food Explained: Organic Versus Inorganic Minerals
Yet they sell us inorganic calcium supplements as if it would be the same as organic calcium.
- Distilled Water Enhances Mineral Absorption (Hammer Nutrition):
From 1996 until his retirement in 2006, Dr. Bill worked full-time as Director of Research & Development at Hammer Nutrition. Among his many accomplishments, both academically and athletically, he is an AAMA Board Certified Alternative Medicine Practitioner and the author of “What Should I Eat? A Food-Endowed Prescription For Well Being”.
DOES DISTILLED WATER LEACH MINERALS FROM OUR BODIES?
Absolutely, not…in fact just the opposite has been found to occur in cellular research studies. It is a mistaken belief that drinking pure distilled water reduces valuable minerals from living human tissues.
ORGANIC MINERALS VS. INORGANIC MINERALS Continue reading »
Tags: Distilled Water, fod, Global News, Health, Minerals, Science, Water, William Misner
Australian politician Ann Bressington exposes Agenda 21, starting at 1:03:55 into the video:
At 1:05:05: ‘That’s the origin of global warming, ladies and gentlemen.”
Aug 31, 2013
Description: Continue reading »
Tags: Agenda 21, Agriculture, AIDS, autism, Bayer, Big Pharma, Chemtrails, CODEX Alimentarius, Depopulation, drinking water, Fluor, Fluoridation, Fluoride, Food, Genetically Modified Organisms, Genocide, Global News, GMO, Government, HIV, New World Order, Pesticides, Politics, U.S., Vaccination, Vaccine, Water, WHO
- Western Water Grab – Another Means to Control the Population? (NorthWestLibertyNews, Oct 5, 2014):
In my opinion, water is our most valuable resource. Oil, gold, rare-earth minerals and copper are just a few examples of the plethora of resources that we have available as a planet; however, we can live without them. Water, on the other hand, is life, and those who control it wield tremendous power.
Out west, the battle for water has become a rallying point for those who depend upon water for their livelihood; as the CSKT Water Compact looks to put the Federal Government in charge of water flow via their proxy, the local Native American tribes. The Fed’s use of Native Americans as “battering rams” for the furthering of their agenda of control is not new, as I outlined previously here. Continue reading »
Tags: Environment, Global News, Government, Politics, U.S., Water
Oct 4, 2014
The Detroit water shutoff for people who have fallen two months behind on their water bill will continue, after the moratorium on the shutoffs was overturned. With Detroit struggling with recession and rampant bankruptcy, and resources to contact the water department failing to keep up with demand, the water shutoffs have been harder to overturn and outsourced to independent contractors that are not following the regulations to insure citizens are not being denied their necessary resources. We look at video from Detroit, and discuss the collapse of a human right in Detroit on the Lip News with Mark Sovel and Elliot Hill.
Tags: Detroit, drinking water, Economy, Global News, Government, Law, Politics, Society, U.S., Water
- With Dry Taps and Toilets, California Drought Turns Desperate (New York Times, Oct 2, 2014):
PORTERVILLE, Calif. — After a nine-hour day working at a citrus packing plant, her body covered in a sheen of fruit wax and dust, there is nothing Angelica Gallegos wants more than a hot shower, with steam to help clear her throat and lungs.
“I can just picture it, that feeling of finally being clean — really refreshed and clean,” Ms. Gallegos, 37, said one recent evening.
But she has not had running water for more than five months — nor is there any tap water in her near future — because of a punishing and relentless drought in California. In the Gallegos household and more than 500 others in Tulare County, residents cannot flush a toilet, fill a drinking glass, wash dishes or clothes, or even rinse their hands without reaching for a bottle or bucket. Continue reading »
Tags: California, drinking water, Drought, Environment, Global News, U.S., Water
Does the following video explain the extreme drought in California?
You decide for yourself.
- Global Geoengineering Programs: ‘Why In The World Are They Spraying?’ (Full Length Documentary HD):
- Water rationing hits California: limit of 50 gallons per person per day or face fines of $500 (Natural News, Sep 29, 2014):
Millions of Californians are about to be hit with strict water rationing — daily “allocation” numbers that represent the maximum amount of water you’re allowed to use for any purpose. Households that exceed the allocation limit will face stiff fines of hundreds of dollars per violation.
“In July, the State Water Resources Control Board passed stage one emergency regulations, giving powers to all local water agencies to fine $500 per violation,” reports the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. 
Keep in mind that these are only “stage one” emergency regulations. Stages two and three have yet to be invoked and will only become more severe. Continue reading »
Tags: California, Drought, Environment, Global News, Government, Politics, U.S., Water
- California Or Ethiopia? “Families Dream Every Night About Water” (Zerohedge, Sep 22, 2014):
It’s worst and getting worst-er. Hundreds of domestic wells in California’s drought-parched Central Valley farming region have run dry, according to AP, leaving many residents to rely on donated bottles of drinking water to get by. With government set to regulate deeper drilling, hope is plunging that a solution to California’s drought will come anytime soon as groundwater levels plunge. The stories of struggle are simply stunning, especially given they are coming from America with Governor Brown signing an executive order that provides money to buy drinking water for residents statewide whose wells have dried up. “We need water like we need air,” exclaimed one charity leader trying to raise money for water tanks, “Families every night dream about water,” said another. And ripped from the famine-headlines of East Africa, “every day [Californians] thinking about how they’re going to deal with water.”
As AP reports,
Hundreds of domestic wells in California’s drought-parched Central Valley farming region have run dry, leaving many residents to rely on donated bottles of drinking water to get by. Continue reading »
Tags: California, drinking water, Drought, Environment, Global News, Government, Politics, U.S., Water
- VIDEO: Radioactive material now flowing toward Tokyo and contaminating their water supply; Problems “actually only getting worse” — “Truth is no one in world really knows how to deal with Fukushima” — Gov’t Expert: Tepco “should give up’ making ice walls (ENENews, Sep 21, 2014):
Dr Ronald McCoy, MD, physician, Sept. 18, 2014 (emphasis added): Experts say that the Japanese government will soon be left with no choice but to release radioactive water into the ocean… The truth is that no one in the world really knows how to deal with the Fukushima accident… Murphy’s Law is inexorable: If anything can go wrong, in time it will go wrong. A major nuclear accident [can] render large areas of land uninhabitable for thousands of years.
Japan Times, Sept 19, 2014: Tepco started building ice walls [but] has been unable to seal the leaks… it hasn’t been able to freeze because the [highly contaminated] water is flowing too fast [from the turbine buildings]. Tepco is trying to figure out how it can seal up the leak[s]… but it is still unclear when it will be able to plug the leaks. [Atsunao Marui, a groundwater expert who is a member of a government panel dealing with the tainted water issue] said Tepco has been spending too much time trying to make the ice walls work, and should give up and explore other alternatives. Continue reading »
Tags: Environment, Fukushima, Global News, Japan, Nuclear, Nuclear reactors, TOKYO, Water
- Desperate Californians steal water from fire hydrants as rich community pays half a million dollars for overwatering lawns (Natural News, Sep 15, 2014):
The ongoing water crisis in California has sparked an apparent crime wave in some parts of the state, with desperate residents illegally taking water from fire hydrants in the middle of the night to keep their lawns green and their animals happy. Reports indicate that, in some areas, as much as 10 percent of the water supply has gone missing, presumably due to theft, a premonition of much worse things to come if rains remain at bay.
The city of Lemoore, for instance, a community of some 25,000 people south of Fresno, has seen numerous water thefts in recent weeks — a growing black market for water amidst one of the worst droughts in California history. According to The Hanford Sentinel, thieves are believed to be attaching hoses to fire hydrants throughout the city and pumping water into large plastic tanks affixed to the back of trucks. Continue reading »
Tags: California, Drought, Environment, Global News, Society, U.S., Water
- The West Without Water (Sinclair & Co., Sep 6, 2014):
The West Without Water: An Interview with Dr. B. Lynn Ingram
Dr. B. Lynn Ingram is a professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Science at UC Berkeley, California. The primary goal of her research is to assess how climates and environments have changed over the past several thousand years based on the geochemical and sedimentologic analysis of aquatic sediments and archaeological deposits, with a particular focus on the US West.
She is the co-author of “The West without Water: What Past Floods, Droughts, and Other Climatic Clues Tell Us about Tomorrow” together with Dr. Frances Malamud-Roam, which received great reviews.
In this interview, Dr. Ingram shares her thoughts on the current drought in the US Southwest within the larger climate record and potential implications for the future. Continue reading »
Tags: California, Drought, Environment, Global News, Water
- Drought apocalypse begins in California as wells run dry (Natural News, Sep 4, 2014):
Water wells in central California have begun to run dry, reports the LA Times. (1) “Extreme drought conditions have become so harsh for the Central Valley community of East Porterville [that] many of its residents dependent on their own wells have run out of water.”
Tulare County has confirmed their wells have run out of water, and so far hundreds of homes have no running water.
According to the LA Times, rumors are also spreading that Child Protective Services officials will begin taking children away from families who have no running water, although the county claims the rumor is false.
It begins: the collapse of California’s water aquifers
Continue reading »
Tags: California, Drought, Environment, Global News, U.S., Water
The moment the elitists will stop HAARPing California it will start to rain again.
From the article:
“Thousands of California farmers could lose their land if water runs out”
- Henry Kissinger Quotes On Depopulation And …
- California water infrastructure on verge of historic collapse (Natural News, Sep 1, 2014):
Water is increasingly hard to come by in drought-stricken California, where many farmers are struggling to get enough water just to pay the bills. But the situation in the Golden State is far worse than many people realize, according to new reports, as underground aquifers that take decades to recharge are being sucked dry, and water infrastructure that has long sustained the agricultural growing regions of the state continue their collapse.
Writing for The Washington Post (WP), journalist Joby Warrick draws attention to what many scientists say is an unprecedented collapse of California’s vast water infrastructure, which is marked by an elaborate system of canals, reservoirs and wells that transfer water from the mountains and other areas to the Central Valley. Altogether, the state contains some 27 million acres of cropland. This system is now failing, say experts, and the consequences will more than likely be unparalleled in California’s history. Continue reading »
Tags: Agriculture, California, Environment, Farmers, Global News, U.S., Water
- China Has Lost 55% Of Its Most Valuable Resource (Sovereign Man, Aug 26, 2014):
A few days ago I had a conversation with the Chief Operating Officer for our agricultural fund in Chile.
We were discussing water, and he told me that roughly 60% of California right now is suffering “extreme drought” conditions. 30% of the state is in “severe drought”. And 10% of the state is only under “drought”.
In other words, roughly the entire state – the 8th largest economy in the world – is facing a severe shortage of water.
But if you think that’s bad, China is about to take over the spotlight yet again.
A study by China’s Ministry of Water Resources found that approximately 55% of China’s 50,000 rivers that existed in the 1990s have disappeared.
Moreover, China is over-exploiting its groundwater by 22 billion cubic meters per year; yet its per-capita water consumption is less than one third of the global average.
This is astounding data.
More than 400 major cities in China are short of water, with some 110 facing “serious scarcity”. Continue reading »
Tags: China, Environment, Global News, Government, Politics, Water
… and from a lousy diet:
- Early Death Comes From Drinking Un-Distilled Water (Aquarius The Water Bearer):
For those Drinking Tap Water with Sodium Fluoride in it (which is a salt)…
… or those Drinking Spring Water with Inorganic Minerals in it…
…or those adding Mineral Drops, Salts, or Baking Soda (which is a salt), to their Distilled Water…
WARNING: YOU ARE NO LONGER DRINKING DISTILLED WATER.
WARNING: INORGANIC MINERALS/DROPS/SALTS UN-DISTILL YOUR WATER.
HENCE, IT WOULD NOT BE TRUTHFUL TO SAY YOU ARE DRINKING DISTILLED WATER.
NOR WOULD IT BE TRUTHFUL TO SAY YOU ARE IN FAVOR OF DISTILLED WATER, AS YOUR ACTIONS SHOW QUITE THE OPPOSITE.
Let’s delve… Continue reading »
Tags: Distilled Water, Global News, Health, Water
- Oregon man serving prison sentence for collecting rainwater on his own property (Natural News, Aug 7, 2014):
An Oregon landowner has been subjected to a 30-day prison sentence for what he says was a simple act of collecting rainwater on his own property. CNS News reports that Gary Harrington was convicted of nine misdemeanors and sentenced to 30 days in prison, as well as slapped with a $1,500 fine, for diverting snow runoff and rainwater into three reservoirs on his property, a move that local officials say violates an antiquated law governing personal water use.
Known as the “Rain Main,” Harrington reportedly built the reservoirs, which hold some 13 million gallons of water, for his own personal use. One of the reservoirs he stocked with largemouth bass for leisure purposes, and when wildfires emerge in the area, he says the water from this and the other two reservoirs can be used for mitigatory purposes. In Harrington’s mind, the operation is perfectly legal and a legitimate use of his own property. Continue reading »
Tags: Global News, Government, Oregon, Politics, Rainwater, Society, U.S., Water
- Nestlé Subsidiary Tries to Sell Small Town it’s Own Water: Residents Fight Back (Natural Society, Aug 5, 2014):
Perhaps you’ve yet to hear of a little town called Fryeburg, Maine, USA. It sits on its own pristine aquifer, but once Nestlé subsidiary Poland Spring moved to town, residents noticed that their streams were getting smaller. It turns out, in its continued efforts to privatize water, the company was pumping the aquifer, and then selling the water back to town residents in bottles. Freyburg is fighting back, though.
Nestlé has openly admitted that they don’t think water is a human right. Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, the Chairman and CEO of Nestlé, stated so openly in public, only to back-paddle later once activists accused him of being singularly interested in corporate profits and not water conservation, as he claimed. You can see him admit his true stance in this video. Continue reading »
Tags: drinking water, Economy, Global News, Government, Nestle, Politics, Society, U.S., Water
- Water costs skyrocket 1,000% where half the nation’s fruits, vegetables and nuts are grown (Natural News, Aug 3, 2014)
Tags: Agriculture, California, Economy, Environment, Global News, U.S., Water