By: John McDevitt
When you see the word dowser, you probably have an image of a person walking back and forth through a field while holding a forked stick looking for underground water. When the stick suddenly bends groundward, it's supposedly pointing to water. If you're wondering if...
By: Perry McCarney
The preservation of the world's wetlands can be described as a "natural" security issue because they have a significant role to play in maintaining the environment in a fit state to support the continuance of human life as we know it.Three of the most...
By: Betsy Young
Dowsing is it fact or fiction? With at least 1500 known professional practitioners in the US and almost double that number in Europe many do believe. There have been no definitive scientific studies to set the story straight so far. Experiences with a successful dowser...
By: Darian Peters
Dowsing or divining is a practice that some people believe can help to locate hidden useful resources such as water, precious stones, and metals. Dowsers typically attempt to achieve this by moving slowly and carefully around a site where they hope to find the resource...
By: Colette Georgii
Why should we preserve our wetlands?There are many wetland areas around the world, which are the habitats for many species of animals and organisms. Wetlands are composed of natural waterways and water environments along with rivers, lakes, streams, aquifers, and groundwater.It is important...
By: Molly Carter
Our bodies need water to operate. It is a scientific fact. Without fresh water, organs begin shutting down. If in an emergency situation, or even hiking and run out of water, it's important to hydrate. The reality is bout 90% of fresh water drinking sources...
By: Betsy Young
The best treatments for making natural drinking water safe are of course the natural ones. Funny that after 250 years of industrialization those wetlands prove to be the best natural filters for all types of water systems. Depending on where the natural drinking water is...
By: Claude Setzer
High in the Himalayan mountains of India and Nepal you can find natural water in its most wonderful and healthful state, not only delicious but so full of minerals and vitamins from glacial runoff that it can actually extend one's potential for life. Some of...
By: M. J. Joachim
Dowsing the MindDowsing is based on a theory that has been practiced throughout history. People determine water sources in specific locations using primitive tools. The theory developed from the hypothesis that a person can find water using sticks (or other similar tools) which will be...
Best treatments for making natural water drinkable
By: Effie Moore Salem
Drinking water is not what it used to be. Once, not so long ago, our drinking water was relatively safe. Now there are a numerous ways in which individual wells are contaminated as well as many community water systems becoming polluted.Contaminants such as household...

 

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