Bio-Secure and Steam Distillation

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Bio-Secure and Steam Distillation

In this time of heightened concern over infectious diseases caused by viruses, it is important that you understand what the term “bio-secure” means when applied to water, as some water is bio-secure and other types of water may not be […]

Napa, California Earthquake is a Wake-up Call

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Napa, California Earthquake is a Wake-up Call

The 6.0 magnitude earthquake that had its epicenter near Napa, California struck in the wee hours of Sunday morning.  Thankfully the time of day resulted in many fewer injuries.  Had this occurred during the “shopping hours” there would have been […]

Toxic Algae in Our Lakes and Distilled Water

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Toxic Algae in Our Lakes and Distilled Water

There has been a great deal of attention paid in the last week on toxic algae in Lake Erie and the “Do not Use the Water” appeal to the people of Toledo, Ohio. Every summer toxic blue-green algae seem to […]

BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN LAKE ERIE

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BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN LAKE ERIE

Here we go again. A few months ago it was the residents of West Virginia who were advised not to drink their tap water after a chemical spill in the Elk River – source of their drinking water. Now more […]

The Southwestern USA Water Crisis

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The Southwestern USA Water Crisis

Several years ago I gave a keynote address at one of our Conventions in Las Vegas.  The topic of the presentation was “The Upcoming Water Crisis with Los Angeles at the Epicenter”.  My presentation was, in large part, highlighted by […]

The Symphony of Earth

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The Symphony of Earth

There was a time when the prevailing thinking was the earth was flat.  This is surprising when one thinks that it is possible in certain locations to view the curvature of Earth from a elevation above sea-level.   Navigators from the […]

Chemical Spills Affect Drinking Water Quality

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Chemical Spills Affect Drinking Water Quality

In January 2014, a chemical spill into the Elk River in West Virginia resulted in a “do not use” order from the Governor of West Virginia.  He was advising 300,000 residents in nine counties downstream from the spill not to […]

Pure Water and High Performance Athletes.

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Pure Water and High Performance Athletes.

Today many athletes, and indeed, whole athletic programs train with distilled water as an essential part of their regimen.  With the 2016 Olympics in Brazil looming up a few short years from now, water quality is again getting the headlines. […]

Fukushima Remembered. Let’s Not Forget. Radiation is Coming Our Way.

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Fukushima Remembered. Let’s Not Forget. Radiation is Coming Our Way.

When the giant earthquake and tidal wave hit Fukushima, Japan on March 11, 2011, the world watched in horror.  Initially it was the amazing destruction of the east coast of Northern Honshu that bore the  brunt of the disaster with […]

The Safe Drinking Water Act

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The Safe Drinking Water Act

Part 1 of a Series In 1974 Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) to provide national requirements for drinking water standards to protect the public health.  This law was tightened considerably in 1986 and again in 1996 by […]

The Fear of Pandemics

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The Fear of Pandemics

According to many experts, it is not a question of if vicious flu virus will return but of when and how it will return. Just how alarming is such a scenario? John M. Barry, author of the book The Great Influenza, provides this perspective: “A terrorist with a nuclear weapon is every national politician’s nightmare. A new influenza pandemic should be.” What do recent facts reveal? And why would it be advantageous to own an AquaNui distiller?

Our Water and the Hydrologic Cycle

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Our Water and the Hydrologic Cycle

Water by its very nature, is a good solvent.  This means that a wide range of substances can dissolve in the water when in contact with water.  So for this reason, the natural state for water would be highly contaminated.  […]