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Quotes

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“Chlorine is used to combat microbial contamination, but it can react with organic matter in the water and form dangerous, carcinogenic trihalomethanes. According to Dr. Joseph M. Price, MD, in Moseby’s Medical Dictionary, ‘Chlorine is the greatest crippler and killer of modern times. It is an insidious poison.’

“In a 1992 study that made front-page headlines, and was reported on in the July issue of the American Journal of Public Health researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee found that people who regularly drink tap water containing high levels of chlorine by-products have a greater risk of developing bladder and rectal cancers than people who drink unchlorinated water. The study estimates that about 9 percent of all bladder cancer and 18 percent of all rectal cancer cases are associated with long-term consumption of these by-products. This amounts to over 20,000 new cases each year.


“Morris, with epidemiologist Thomas C. Chalmers and his colleagues at Harvard, used a new technique called meta-analysis to combine the results from the 10 best studies, yielding the new findings. They report that people drinking chlorinated water over long periods have a 21% increase in the risk of contracting bladder cancer and a 38% increase in the risk of rectal cancer. ‘I am quite convinced, based on this study, that there is an association between cancer and chlorinated water’, says Robert D. Morris of the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, who directed the new study.


“About 90% of the population is drinking water which may contain hundreds of these Disinfection By-products (DBPs), also known as Trihalomethanes. The Environmental Protection Agency lowered the Maximum Contaminant Level for Disinfection By-products but it will be years before the new standard goes into effect.

“In his book, Coronaries/Cholesterol/Chlorine, Joseph M. Price, MD presents startling evidence that trihalomethanes, are the ‘prime causative agents of arthrosclerosis and its inevitable result, the heart attack or stroke.’ These trihalomethanes are created when the chlorine that is added to the municipal water supply reacts with organic matter such as leaves, twigs, or chemicals from agricultural runoff.”(2)

Health Effects of Chlorine in Drinking Water [Recovered with the Internet Archive: Wayback Machine]




““Understand Nature, then copy Nature,” was [Viktor] Schauberger’s motto.”

—“The Burial of Living Technology” by Jeane Manning from Jonathan Eisen. Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries: Revealing the World’s Greatest Secrets of Science and Medicine. Garden City Park, New York: Avery Publishing Group, 1999, page 196. ISBN# 0-89529-809-0




“Incidents such as this taught Schauberger that water needs to be cool--about 4C [celsius]--even as it bubbles out of the ground. Without a shaded exit, he found, water will not “grow” to a great height underground and emerge as the mountaintop spring. As well as temperature, time spent maturing in underground rocks provides minerals which help make water spark with energy.


Schauberger noticed beautiful vegetation growing around natural springs--an indication of “mature” mineralized energetically-charged water. These concepts, of water having qualities such as strength and maturity, were not found in any textbooks or lecture notes. The brash forester later told hydrologists to abandon their microscopes and testing laboratories, and instead study water holistically in its environment. He found natural watercourses to be alive with inherent intelligence, and not to be mere movements of a chemical substance.”

—“The Burial of Living Technology” by Jeane Manning from Jonathan Eisen. Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries: Revealing the World’s Greatest Secrets of Science and Medicine. Garden City Park, New York: Avery Publishing Group, 1999, page 194. ISBN# 0-89529-809-0




“Regardless of his bitter battles with the scientific community, Schauberger believed in the scientific method. He experimented on liquids and gases in a small laboratory he set up. His aim however, was to develop a science which actually worked [on principles opposite to the orthodox viewpoint]. “Humanity has committed a great crime by ignoring the use of cycloidal motion of water,” he said. For example, the current water-pumping devices were not only uneconomical, he said, “they cause water to degenerate by depriving it of its biological values.”


Attempts to explain connections between cycloidal motion and levitation to a scientist are useless, Schauberger said bitterly. Nor are world leaders any help “because they lean on the ignorance of the masses, including the scientists, as well as … current physical laws, to safeguard their vested interestes and positions.”


Conventional energy conversion--burning of fossil fuels or atom-splitting--turns order into chaos. Schauberger proposed processes which would add order and energy to substances such as water, instead of destroying it, while generating useful electric power.”

—“The Burial of Living Technology” by Jeane Manning from Jonathan Eisen. Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries: Revealing the World’s Greatest Secrets of Science and Medicine. Garden City Park, New York: Avery Publishing Group, 1999, page 199. ISBN# 0-89529-809-0




“Neither water treatment nor waste treatment can be a satisfactory remedy for pollution of our watercourses by pesticide sprays or by salt used for melting snow and ice on our highways. These materials must be controlled at their point of use, because they are damaging to land, plants and animals, as well as to water. Similarly, excess soil erosion cannot be abated by water or waste water treatment. Better land use is needed. In water quality problems, the whole environment must be examined.”

—Tom Camp in Water and its Impurities




“The water under the ground acts like a magnet attracting rain from the clouds, and the rain in the clouds acts as a magnet raising the water table under the ground to the roots of our crops and plants.”

—The Hopi, 1968




“There must be new a contact between men and the earth; the earth must be newly seen and heard and felt and smelled and tasted; there must be a renewal of the wisdom that comes with knowing clearly the pain and the pleasure and the risk and the responsibility of being alive in this world.”

—Wendell Berry




“A change in consciousness must occur in order for us to share water and use it wisely.”

—Barbara Helen Harmony




“I love you Water. I love Water as I love myself. We are All ONE.”

—Irucka Embry




“… I love you water and thank you water”

—Irucka Embry in “Water for Life” (20 April 2012) from Balancing the Rift: ReCONNECTualizing the Pasenture






Water and Life

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The Primary Water Cycle

Title: The Primary Water Cycle Source: The Primary Water Institute





The Hydrologic or Water Cycle

Title: The Hydrologic (Water) Cycle; Source: the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS); License: Public Domain.





Viktor Schauberger, Flowforms, etc.

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Hydrology, Hydrogeology, and Hydraulics Links

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Meteorolgoical and related links

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Hydrology

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Hydrogeology

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Hydraulics

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Water - environmental links

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Groundwater

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Government, NonGovernmental, and University Links

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Water Quantity Links

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Water Wars aka Water Crisis

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Books about Water Wars aka Water Crisis

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Water Quality Links

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Hydraulic Fracturing (aka Fracking) Impacting Seismic Activity, Methane Gas Releases, and Air/Water/Terrestrial Quality Effects



Drinking Water & Wastewater Treatment

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Fluorides and Chlorides in Water and the Overall Global Ecosystem

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Fluorides, Hydrogen Fluoride, and Fluorine Toxicity Information


Fluorides and Volcanoes


Fluorides and Food

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Water Fluoridation

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Journals about Fluorides

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Documentary Movies and Books about Fluorides

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Water Disinfection

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Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide & Chlorite Toxicity Information


Water Disinfection by Chlorination

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Books about Water Disinfection

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Modeling, Software, and Toolkits

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