How to Make a Water Distiller That Makes Dirty Water Drinkable With Supplies you Already HaveHow cool is this, a very simple water distiller that will turn dirty or salty water into fresh, clean, drinkable water with supplies you most likely already have at home. In the video posted below is an example of a small scale system made only using a plastic bowl, a cup, plastic wrap, a rubber band and a rock or weight. This simple technique can be expanded to be larger to clean much more water if needed. Take this info and keep it in mind, you may need it one day if the water grid goes down or becomes contaminated. This is also a good idea when camping or out in the wilderness to lighten your pack weight. This mini-distiller is able to remove bacteria, pollutants, salt, fluoride and 99% of other contaminants in your water.
The Healing Power of Rain WaterLiving amidst nature can be such a beautiful learning experience, one of the lessons we learned while we were living in the countryside was the importance of water. During summer, temperatures would soar up to 42 degrees Celsius (107 Fahrenheit) inside the house and it was even more outside. But the most gruesome challenge was the lack of water; we were living on rain water that collected in the ground. By summer the water well would run dry, changing the entire landscape – trees would loose their leaves or they look all shriveled up, the only time we would hear a bird would be early in the morning or at the time of sunset. We would eagerly await the arrival of monsoons, as that drastically changed the barren landscape to a spectrum of luscious green. When we were young it was natural for us to go out and get wet in the first rains, the cure for the prickly heat. Back to my story, in a week after the rains start, the ground water is replenished.
DIY: HOW TO DISTILL WATER AT HOME - Prepared For ThatDistillation is a process of filtering and purifying water, resulting in pure, pH-balanced H-TWO-O. The process consists of: 1) Boiling/evaporating the water, 2) Collecting the water vapor, 3) Cooling it to allow it to condense back into liquid, and then 4) Collecting the liquid. The boiling causes the pure water molecules to evaporate, leaving all impurities behind in the boiling pot. There are various ways to distill water. 1. You can distill water at home. A stoveA large pot (5+ gallons ideally) with a convex (curving out) lid.A smaller bowl that fits into the pot Fill the pot about half way with the water you’d like to distill. The water will turn into steam, and collect on the lid. Another adaption you can make is using glass bottles instead of a bowl to collect your water. 2. These devices extract humidity from the air and convert it into potable water. 3. If you have two bottles available to you and warm sunny weather, you can distill water. 4. 5. Distilled water Please Share !
Articles - Fluoride & the Pineal Gland: Study Published in Caries ResearchFluoride & the Pineal Gland: Study Published in Caries Research International Fluoride Information Network March 27, 2001 IFIN Bulletin #269: Fluoride and the pineal gland. Luke published. Dear All, The wheels of science grind very slowly. Finally, the first half of the work that was the subject of Jennifer Luke's Ph.D. thesis; presentation in Bellingham, Washington (ISFR conference) in 1998 and a videotaped interview I had with her (see www.fluoridealert.org/videos.htm), has been published in Caries Research (see abstract below). In my view this work is of enormous importance and could be (or should be) the scientific straw that breaks the camel's back of fluoridation. The one activity that Luke is particularly interested in is the onset of puberty. When one considers the seriousness of a possible interference by fluoride on a growing child's pineal gland (and for that matter, elderly pineal glands) it underlines the recklessness of fluoridation.