Monthly Archives: October 2010

Animated film by Bolivian artist on water

Animated short-film produced in The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark. By The Animation Workshop, Nicobis, Escorzo, and the Community of Bolivians Animators and is supported by the Danish Government. Animated by 8 Bolivians animators, directed by a french, music by … Continue reading

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Hope your water isn’t flammable

Talk about shocked and surprised, how would you feel if you could ignite the water coming out of your faucet? excerpt is from the TimesRecordNews of Wichita Falls, Texas …While watching a TV documentary on how the groundwater in one … Continue reading

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Hope for the best but be prepared

Us humans tend to be eternally optimistic so when the rains start again we are easily convinced that our problems with drought are over.  If wishes were fishes, we would all be oceans.  The reality is that the probability of … Continue reading

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The tragedy of the water commons

Though the linked article is about aquifer and ground water depletion around the world the general principles certainly apply to us here in Texas.   the excerpt is from an article in The Economist Such depletion of aquifers is a … Continue reading

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Would you like “rocket fuel” with your water?

You would think that once “rocket fuel” was detected in drinking water that it would be easy to take regulatory steps to eliminate it. Well, unfortunately, not everyone thinks that keeping perchlorate out of your water is a good idea. … Continue reading

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