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...
By: Triana Rathads
The Norfolk broads include scientific interest sites such as the R. Thurne and Hickling Broad, knowledge of ion chemistry helps management of these sites, for example some macrophytes can use bicarbonate for photosynthesis (Maberly, 2002). Hickling broad, which receives aerial fertilization from black headed gulls...
By: Stanley Roberts
Many governments have standards in place for potable (drinking) water. These standards will set the minimum and maximum limits of contaminants. Many governments require a certain amount of disinfectants such as chlorine to be in the water after it is treated. The reason for this...
By: Arthur Allen
Recent fires in Southern California fueled by roaring winds of the Santa Ana are all too familiar of an occurrence with each year brining in record numbers of new incidents. In hard-hit San Diego County alone, the fire is predicted to claim 300,000 acres...
By: Joseph Malek
Dear reader, if you do not already know, the environment in which we all live, Planet Earth, is rapidly changing for the worst. Yes, Mankind is destroying the only known place in the Universe that keeps us all healthy and alive. The ozone layer is...
By: Gary C. Gibson
A trans-continental border water barrier should be constructed with earthmover's, and locks, concrete and high tech polymers to create a vast salt-water evaporation and sailing channel from El Centro California to the Gulf of Mexico. The extra evaporation and collection from the salt-water in the...
By: Martin W. Schwartz
While I cannot speak to water conservation issues, clearly California is overpopulated in no small part to the failure of the federal government to stem the tide of illegal immigration. With water being a finite resource and Southern California being an arid region, with development...
By: Alex Kee
Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink and as the world gets warmer, as climate changes as a consequence of human activities, be prepared for a dryer climate, water shortages and the challenges that emanate from them.The key to solving the current...
By: Fred Tolleson
The problems with drought, wildfires and water conservancy have continued to pile up on our door step for many decades. Ignoring the problems doesn't seem to be working very well. Take the problems found in Atlanta - 4 million people with a 9 month supply...
By: Mark Marikos
Understanding RaindropsThe classical raindrop shape we see in illustrations everywhere is wrong! This may be the shape of a droplet the instant it lets go from a faucet, or some other surface, but it does not stay that shape for long (microseconds maybe). The reason...

 

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