Sunday, February 27, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
One of my favorites is "Hexag0n Water" in the structured water section --
Hexag0n’s EC3000 Energy Converter is packed with bio-ceramic beads which emit FIR (Far Infrared Rays), a form of natural electromagnetic waves, that vibrate and energize the water, mimicking what happens when natural spring water splashes over rocks and natural magnetic fields.There are plenty of examples - literally from A to Z. If you need some lighter reading fare, give this page a look: http://www.chem1.com/CQ/gallery.html. If you've bought any of these, you may want to ignore this website, or not...
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Some of the history books call this a "water rights" dispute, but it really wasn't. The only water-related elements were the early allegations of damaging stock wells and the fact that a windmill and a stock tank were the final fuses to this long-standing family feud. Anyway, now you know.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Nearly all of Egypt’s water supplies come from the Nile, so the accord has serious implications for the country and its future water projects. They have opposed the CFA process and have threatened to withdraw from the Nile Basin Initiative (a World Bank funded program to resolve disputes over the river’s water) if the seven upstream states sign the accord.
The Nile River’s average discharge is about 300 million cubic meters per day - with Ethiopia being the source of about 85 percent of this water. The CFA countries argue that Egypt must share, and, must allow the other countries to develop water projects fairly. Solutions offered within the CFA involve relocation of the Aswan Dam, more efficiency of Egypt’s current water use and elimination of a large irrigation project for Egypt’s Tushka Desert – all saving enough water to provide the rest of the basin countries access to water they need without reducing what Egypt and Sudan are currently using. I wish the Egyptian people also the strength and foresight to tackle their water problems as well.