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I've just bought the gravity feed filtration system shown in the photo.

The water is much better tasting than what comes through the Britax jug filters

It doesn't remove fluoride but that manufacturer has something different which does.

 

http://www.jbbardot.com/water-filters-and-filtration-systems-remove-fluoride-arsenic-dangerous-bacteria-heavy-metals-from-your-water-supply/

 

Water Filters And Filtration Systems Explained — Remove Fluoride, Arsenic, Dangerous Bacteria Heavy Metals From Your Water Supply

 

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http://beforeitsnews.com/self-sufficiency/2015/08/amazing-invention-this-drinkable-book-cleans-water-2493264.html

 

Amazing Invention! This Drinkable Book Cleans Water!

 

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This little book is a full-on water purification system that is designed to save lives.

 

Each page of the book is an independent filter that can clean up to 100 liters of water, roughly a 30 day supply for someone living in a third world country. This means that a person can use this book and obtain up to four years of clean water. The secret of this amazing book lies in the paper, a special kind of paper developed by the researches at Carnegie Mellon and University of Virginia. The paper is coated in silver nano particles that kill bacteria.....

 

Liquid drips through the thick paper like coffee seeps through the filter in a pour-over cup and into a box.

 

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Think it probably works to a degree, but they're expensive for what they do. Structured water is created by say water flowing down a waterfall where it folds itself as it cascades over the rocks. Dolphins are able to create structured when they blow bubbles, also, submarines create structured when the propeller creates a vortex as it spins.

 

Put some medical grade glass marbles in a glass tube and let bottled or filtered water flow through it should do something similar.

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Bought a Doulton recently (posted photo in #26 above) Produces great water but doesn't remove fluoride. I checked our local fluoride levels - none added but it's about double what my daughter in London gets in her water. They do have a filtration system that removes fluoride but not for the gravity feed one. I think the fluoride removing one needs to be attached to the tap.

 

The trouble with the Berkey is that those are imported and I hate paying the customs duty and VAT. Buy British.

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A messy website but seems to have a lot of info on imploded water

 

http://www.goldenmean.info

Messy is an understatement. Producing a website like that makes it much harder to present scientific information.

 

I understood Gravity was created by any object that exists in the universe, it distorts space around itself causing gravity, the bigger and denser the object/ planet the stronger Gravity is.

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This article was first posted in July 2, 2013 in http://www.occupycorporatism.com/new-invention-makes-ocean-water-drinkable but now only accessible via web archives

http://collectivelyconscious.net/articles/new-invention-makes-ocean-water-drinkable/

 

New Invention Makes Ocean Water Drinkable

 

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Chemists with the University of Texas and the University of Marburg have devised a method of using a small electrical field that will remove the salt from seawater.

Incredibly this technique requires little more than a store-bought battery.

Called electrochemically mediated seawater desalination (EMSD) this technique has improved upon the current water desalination method.

Richard Cooks, chemistry professor at the University of Austin said : “The availability of water for drinking and crop irrigation is one of the most basic requirements for maintaining and improving human health.”

Cooks continued: “Seawater desalination is one way to address this need, but most current methods for desalinating water rely on expensive and easily contaminated membranes. The membrane-free method we’ve developed still needs to be refined and scaled up, but if we can succeed at that, then one day it might be possible to provide fresh water on a massive scale using a simple, even portable, system.”

 

Kyle Krust, lead author of the study said: “We’ve made comparable performance improvements while developing other applications based on the formation of an ion depletion zone. That suggests that 99 percent desalination is not beyond our reach.”

This “water chip” method “could bring relief to millions around the globe who lack potable water.”

This method “is much simpler and consumes less energy than other forms of desalination.”

Crooks explained : “To achieve desalination, the researchers apply a small voltage (3.0 volts) to a plastic chip filled with seawater. The chip contains a microchannel with two branches. At the junction of the channel an embedded electrode neutralizes some of the chloride ions in seawater to create an ‘ion depletion zone’ that increases the local electric field compared with the rest of the channel. This change in the electric field is sufficient to redirect salts into one branch, allowing desalinated water to pass through the other branch.”

The Ion depletion zone prevents salt from passing through which creates fresh water out of salt water.

An estimated 780 million people across the globe do not have access to drinkable water. Of those estimated, 345 million reside in Africa.

There is an estimated 366 million, trillion gallons of water on planet Earth. That number appears to be fixed, according to UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Program (HIP).

The HIP are a UN program system devoted to researching and finding natural water resources and managing those resources found. While the UN is well aware that the necessity of water as a vital source for life means the retention of power over all life, they are well into their schemes to develop global governance over all sources of fresh, clean water.

The IPCC document HS 15332 Climate Change Impacts: Securitization of Water, Food, Soil, Health, Energy and Migration explains how the UN plans to secure resources to use at their disposal.

Through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under-developed countries are forced to sell their resources to the global Elite as “full cost recovery” to the global central bankers.

Once those resources are under the complete control of the IMF they become assets to be reallocated back to the enslaved nations for a price.

This scheme makes water sources under central privatization cost more and become less accessible to those who desperately need it. Water prices rise while the quality of it diminishes.

This forces natives in places like South Africa and India to collect water from polluted streams and rivers, which compromises their health. The cycle in complete when those who had their water stolen from them through coercion die from contaminated water that they were forced to use.

At the High-Level International Conference on Water Cooperation (ICWC) conference, entitled “Water in the Anthropocene” states that humanity’s impact on freshwater resources were assessed and it was determined that a 3rd of the estimated 7 billion people on earth have limited access to clean water.

Millions if individual local humans affect the regional, continental and global water cycles which facilitates a drastic shortage and untold damage of aquatic ecosystems.

The document stated: “In the short span of one or two generations, the majority of the nine billion people on Earth will be living under the handicap of severe pressure on fresh water.”

Human populations utilize water resources the equivalent of the size of South Africa to tend to the needs of crops. Another Africa-sized amount of water is used on the care of livestock.

Fresh water makes up 2.5% of the total water supplies across the planet. It is estimated that 70% of it is snow and ice-pack.

The document says that because of the impact of man on the planet, the earth’s chemistry and climate have been altered which has evidenced itself in the measureable hydrological cycles of the planet.

This obviously unsustainable course is causing the contamination of our fresh water supply.

UN-Water, a non-governmental organization (NGO), controlled by UNESCO, published the 4th edition of the UN World Water Development Report (WWDR4) in 2012.

In this report, the world’s freshwater resources were analyzed. Internationally controlled infrastructure was recommended to save those resources from being depleted.

Research data shows that nearly 1 billion people are using finite water resources. Therein lay a portion of the problem.

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Dr Gerald Pollack On How to Create The Perfect Water For Optimal Health

 

Published on 22 May 2015

We get down and dirty on how EZ water can help you and how to create the best water possible.

 

See the tools I use to increase EZ in my body and a summary of the talk: http://wp.me/p46y72-30z

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Creating EZ Water:

PUT WATER in a Glass, and Expose it to Sunshine...

 

(Plastic holders are not as good)

 

..... the key ingredient to create EZ water is light, i.e. electromagnetic energy,.. Infrared is the most powerful ....

The EZ water can build on any hydrophilic or water-loving surface when infrared energy is available.

It builds by adding layer upon layer of EZ water, and can build millions of molecular layers. This is how it occurs in nature.

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hmm

 

 

 

https://www.alivewater.com/viktor-schauberger

 

The No. 1 enemy of water is excess heat or over-exposure to the sun's rays. It is a well-known fact that oxygen is present in all processes of organic growth and decay. Whether its energies are harnessed for either one or the other is to a very great extent, if not wholly, dependent on the temperature of the water as itself or in the form of blood or sap. As long as the water-temperature is below +9°C (+48.2°F), its oxygen content remains passive. Under such conditions the oxygen assists in the building up of beneficial, high-grade micro-organisms and other organic life. However, if the water temperature rises above this level, then the oxygen becomes increasingly active and aggressive. This aggressiveness increases as the temperature rises, promoting the propagation of pathogenic bacteria, which, when drunk with the water, infest the organism of the drinker.

"Thus the development of micro-organisms and the opportunities for their propagation are simply a result of the condition in which the respective sickening macro-organism finds itself, which will be attacked by these parasites and which eventually must fall victim to them if its inner climatic conditions are no longer strictly regulated."

But this aggressiveness is not confined to the domain of oxygen alone. When water becomes over-heated, due principally to the increasingly widespread clear-felling of the forest, the health-maintaining pattern of longitudinal vortices changes into transverse ones. These not only undermine and gouge into the riverbanks and embankment works, eventually bursting them, but also create pot-holes in the riverbed itself, bringing even greater disorder to an already chaotic channel-profile.

According to Viktor Schauberger, water subjected to these conditions loses its character, its soul. Like humans of low character, it becomes increasingly violent and aggressive as it casts about hither and thither seeking to vent its anger and restore to itself its former health and stability.

 

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