Tag Archives: water

Desert Billboard Makes Clean Drinking Water From Thin Air

Access to potable water is a problem in much of the world, but the impact is felt especially hard in the coastal deserts of Peru. There, annual rainfall is a…

Breakthrough: Radio Wave-treated Water Works “Miracles”

  Wave goodbye to global warming, GM and pesticides Radio wave-treated water could change agriculture as we know it. Its Irish pioneers meet Tom Prendeville A GROUNDBREAKING new Irish technology…

Powerpot Turns Heat and Water Into Electricity

Power Practical, a student startup that sprang from research at the University of Utah, is selling a portable cook pot that transforms heat and water into a power source. Imagine…

Major Advance in Generating Electricity From Wastewater

Engineers at Oregon State University have made a breakthrough in the performance of microbial fuel cells that can produce electricity directly from wastewater, opening the door to a future in which waste treatment plants…

Sunlight Plus Lime Juice Makes Drinking Water Safer

Looking for an inexpensive and effective way to quickly improve the quality of your drinking water? According to a team of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public…

Study Proves Fluoride Brain Damage

A study conducted by scientists in India demonstrates that consumption of sodium fluoride results in brain and neurological damage. It was published by K. Pratap Reddy of the University College…

Poison is Treatment: The Campaign to Fluoridate America

The wide scale US acceptance of fluoride-related compounds in drinking water and a wide variety of consumer products over the past half century is a textbook case of social engineering…

Poison in India’s groundwater posing national health crisis

Depletion of groundwater and its increasing pollution could be leading to a silent, nationwide public health crisis as aquifers in many stretches across India are becoming unfit for drinking, according…

World Bank, WTO, and corporate control over water

Giant water projects have always benefited the powerful and dispossessed the weak. Even when built by government and paid for by public money, the beneficiaries have been construction companies, industry,…