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Water Crisis

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Events causing illness

-The Flint Water Crisis was declared a federal emergency January 16, 2016.  The problem is lead pipes were used when the foundations were being built.  Dangerous levels of lead have been and are still being pumped through those pipes.

-Lead pipes are a ticking time bomb in America.  High levels of lead have been reported in other American cities as well.  We can assume that the more attention this problem receives, the more lead poisoning we will find hurting Americans.  Warren, Pennsylvania; Goat Island, Texas; Baltimore, MD; Cleveland, OH; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have all tested high in lead content.  Esquire has reported that more than 33 US cities could soon be in crisis, because of lead.

-In 2016 over 100,000 residents in the counties of Lawrence and Morgan Alabama were advised to not drink their water.  The reason for the alarm was that there were too many PFOS and PFOA contaminants in the water.  The town of Anniston, AL (just outside former Fort McClellan has almost become a ghost town.  Many people in the area have left or are sick due to the quality of drinking water.  Fort McClellan, AL was were the US Army and DOW Chemicals tested many chemical weapons.

-Chances are, if you are drinking municipal water in the United States you are being poisoned.  Please consider purifying your own water or collecting rainwater; you can find out how to do that below.


Poison in the Tap Water

Poison in the Tap Water


American cities with documanted water toxicity:


-Jacksonville, Fla. (JEA)

Located on the northeast coast of Florida, Jacksonville is the state's largest city. According to EWG, 23 different toxic chemicals were found in Jacksonville's water supply. The chemicals most frequently discovered in high volumes were trihalomethanes, which consist of four different cleaning byproducts — one of which is chloroform. Many trihalomethanes are believed to be carcinogenic. Over the five-year testing period, unsafe levels of trihalomethanes were detected during each of the 32 months of testing, and levels deemed illegal by the EPA were detected in 12 of those months. During at least one testing period, trihalomethane levels were measured at nearly twice the EPA legal limit. Chemicals like arsenic -and lead were also detected at levels exceeding health guidelines.

-San Diego (San Diego Water Department)

Located on the Pacific in Southern California, San Diego is the country's eighth-largest city. According to California's Department of Public Health, San Diego's drinking water system contained eight chemicals exceeding health guidelines as well as two chemicals that exceeded the EPA's legal limit. In total, 20 contaminants have been found. One of those in excess of the EPA limit was trihalomethanes. The other was manganese, a natural element that's a byproduct of industrial manufacturing and can be poisonous to humans.

-North Las Vegas (City of North Las Vegas Utilities Department)

North Las Vegas's water supply mostly comes from groundwater and the Colorado River, and doesn't contain chemicals exceeding legal limits. However, the water supply did contain 11 chemicals that exceeded health guidelines set by federal and state health agencies. The national average for chemicals found in cities' water exceeding health guidelines is four. North Las Vegas had a total of 26 contaminants, compared with the national average of eight. The water contained an extremely high level of uranium, a radioactive element.

-Omaha (Metropolitan Utilities District)

The land-locked city of Omaha gets its water from the Missouri and Platte Rivers, as well as from groundwater. Of the 148 chemicals tested for in Omaha, 42 were detected in some amount, 20 of which were above health guidelines, and four of those were detected in illegal amounts. These were atrazine, trihalomethanes, nitrate and nitrite, and manganese. Atrazine is an herbicide that has been shown to cause birth defects. Nitrate is found in fertilizer, and nitrite is used for curing meat. Manganese was detected at 40 times the legal limit during one month of testing.


Poisoned by policy

Poisoned by policy

-Houston (City of Houston Public Works)

Houston is the fourth-largest U.S. city. It gets its water from sources such as the Trinity River, the San Jacinto Rivers and Lake Houston. Texas conducted 22,083 water quality tests between 2004 and 2007 on Houston's water supply, and found 18 chemicals that exceeded federal and state health guidelines, compared to the national average of four. Three chemicals exceeded EPA legal health standards, against the national average of 0.5 chemicals. A total of 46 pollutants were detected, compared to the national average of eight. The city water has contained illegal levels of alpha particles, a form of radiation. Similarly, haloacetic acids, from various disinfection byproducts, have been detected.


-Reno (Truckee Meadows Water Authority)

Reno gets most of its water from the Truckee River, which flows from Lake Tahoe. Of the 126 chemicals tested for in Reno over four years, 21 were discovered in the city's water supply, eight of which were detected in levels above EPA health guidelines, and three of these occurred in illegal amounts. These were manganese, tetrachloroethylene and arsenic. Tetrachloroethylene is a fluid used for dry cleaning and as an industrial solvent, and is deemed a likely carcinogenic by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Arsenic is a byproduct of herbicides and pesticides, and is extremely poisonous to humans. During at least one month of testing, arsenic levels were detected at roughly two and a half times the legal limit.

-Riverside County, Calif. (Eastern Municipal Water District)

Riverside county is a 7,200-square-mile area located north of San Diego, part of California's "Inland Empire." The county is primarily located in desert territory, and so the water utilities draw their supply from the Bay Delta, which is miles to the north. The water in Riverside County contained 13 chemicals that exceeded recommended health guidelines over the four tested years, and one that exceeded legal limits. In total, 22 chemicals were detected in the district's water supply. The contaminant exceeding legal health standards was tetrachloroethylene.

-Las Vegas (Las Vegas Valley Water District)

Located in the Mojave desert, Las Vegas gets its water from the Colorado River through miles-long intake pipes. While its water doesn't exceed the legal limits for any single type of contaminant, Las Vegas's water has a large range of pollutants. Of the 125 chemicals tested for over a five-year period, 30 were identified in some amount, and 12 were found in levels that exceeded EPA health guidelines. These chemicals included radium-226, radium-228, arsenic and lead. The two radium isotopes are commonly found around uranium deposits and are hazardous to human health, even in small quantities.

-Riverside, Calif. (City of Riverside Public Utilities)

Riverside, with a population slightly greater than 300,000, gets most of its drinking supply from groundwater. Regulators in the city of Riverside, which has a different water-treatment facility than the rest of Riverside County, detected 15 chemicals that exceeded health guidelines and one that exceeded legal standards. In total, 30 chemicals were found. Since 2004, the water has almost consistently been riddled with alpha particle activity, traces of bromoform (a form of trihalomethane) and uranium, causing an unusually unhealthy water supply.

-Pensacola, Fla. (Emerald Coast Water Utility)

Located on the Florida Panhandle along the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola is Florida's westernmost major city. Analysts say it has the worst water quality in the country. Of the 101 chemicals tested for over five years, 45 were discovered. Of them, 21 were discovered in unhealthy amounts. The worst of these were radium-228 and -228, trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, alpha particles, benzine and lead. Pensacola's water was also found to contain cyanide and chloroform. The combination of these chemicals makes Pensacola's water supply America's most unhealthy.


Dr. Strangelove - Water Fluoridation


Water Fluoridation

We may be being lied to when it comes to Water Fluoridation. We were told and still are told that Water Fluoridation is good for our teeth. There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that fluoride is very harmful to your health and not even that great for teeth.

So what is Fluoride? Fluoride is a mineral in the ground, that is sometimes mined for mining and industrial uses.  When you find it in mining and industry, it usually can be found in the waste areas.  That's what we drink in the USA.  Let's remember that liquid fluoride is used in Thorium reactors as well.


-50 Reasons to Oppose Fluoridation.  READ HERE

-New Warning About the “Healthy” Fluoride That Can Damage Your Brain and is in Fact a Dangerous Toxin.  READ HERE

-What is in Prozac? Fluoride, fluoxetine: Prozac 'found in drinking water.'  It might just be the water.  READ HERE.

S-fluoxetine 3D

S-fluoxetine 3D

-Straight from the manufacturers of Prozac:

Product Description

Common use

Fluoxetine is an antidepressant which is used to treat bulimia nervosa obsessive-compulsive disorder, major depressive disorder, panic disorder, and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Fluoxetine restores the balance of serotonin, a natural substance in the brain, which helps to improve mood. Fluoxetine is used in conjunction with another medication at times, called olanzapine, to treat depression caused by bipolar disorder.

Dosage and direction

Take it orally with or without food/milk.
The recommended dose for treating depression in adults is 20-80 mg of Fluoxetine daily.
The recommended dose in children is 10-20 mg daily.
The recommended dose for treating bulimia is 60 mg of Fluoxetine daily. Duration of treatment may be about 52 weeks.
The recommended dose for treating obsessive-compulsive disorder in adults and children is 20-60 mg daily.
The recommended dose for treating panic disorder is 10-60 mg daily.
The recommended dose for treating resistant depression is 20-50 mg of Fluoxetine once daily in the evening.

Note: this instruction presented here is just for review. It's very necessary to consult your doctor before using. It will help you to get best results.

Use with caution if your medical history include kidney disease, liver problems, seizures, diabetes, heart problems, any allergies from taking this medicine. Use Fluoxetine with caution in the elderly patients because they may be more sensitive to the effects of Fluoxetine. Fluoxetine should not be used during pregnancy, (when becoming pregnant) or during lactation without doctor's advice. Do not use Fluoxetine before breast-feeding without doctor's permission.


Fluoxetine is not allowed in people who are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). Also it is contraindicated in patients who are hypersensitive to any components of this medicine.

Side Effects

Side Effects

Possible side effect

They may include all types of an allergic reaction. Also the most possible side effects include:
severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash;
very stiff muscles, high fever, sweating, fast or uneven heartbeats, tremors, overactive reflexes;
nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, feeling unsteady, loss of coordination;
headache, trouble concentrating, memory problems, weakness, confusion, hallucinations, fainting, seizure, shallow breathing or breathing that stops.
Less serious include:
cold symptoms such as stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat;
drowsiness, dizziness, feeling nervous;
mild nausea, upset stomach, constipation;
increased appetite, weight changes;
sleep problems;
decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm;
dry mouth.
If you experience one of them stop using Fluoxetine and tell your doctor as soon as possible. Also consult your doctor about any side effect that seems unusual.

Drug interaction

Fluoxetine may interact with the following drugs: alprazolam; clozapine; flecainide; haloperidol; seizure medication such as phenytoin or carbamazepine; tryptophan; vinblastine; a blood thinner such as warfarin; almotriptan, frovatriptan, sumatriptan, naratriptan, rizatriptan, or zolmitriptan; or any other antidepressants such as amitriptyline, escitalopram, imipramine, sertraline, and others. Consult your doctor before taking any medicine for arthritis, pain, fever, or swelling. This includes aspirin and NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, naproxen, diclofenac, indomethacin, piroxicam, nabumetone, etodolac, and others. Taking any of these medications with fluoxetine may cause you to bruise or bleed easily. Also note that interaction between two medications does not always mean that you must stop taking one of them. Usually it affects the the effect of drugs, so consult your doctor about the way these interactions are being managed or should be managed.




Symptoms of Fluoxetine overdose may include vomiting, nausea, fever, rapid or uneven heartbeat, sleepiness, confusion, seizures, fainting, or coma. If you experience one of them or any unusual symptoms call your doctor immediately.


-EPA Reverses Itself on Fluoride.  READ HERE


-Countries that BAN Water Fluoridation.  READ HERE.


-Toxic Chinese fluoride in the US water supply.

Conservation & Preservation

Purification & Collection

Industrial water purification


DIY Water Purification


Water Harvesting

Water Harvesting can be beneficial for multiple reasons.  Collected rainwater can be used for showers, toilets, laundry, gardens, drinking water, etc.  Some US states have made this practice illegal, so check your local laws or use your best judgement.

-Is rainwater harvesting legal in your state?  HERE are the state laws.

So, what is the justification for states to say if you can collect rainwater or not?  I'm sure the real reason is not being told directly, but it is because of waterways and aquifers.  States that limit or main water harvesting illegal, justify this by saying the water in your yard will not reach waterways or aquafers.  However, Colorado did a study and found that on 3% of the rainwater hitting your property makes it to these places.

Read about it HERE.

-Why are Big Banks buying up all of the water? READ HERE

"If you think we can't charge you for water, just wait."  -Water Barron

Below are some videos to give you ideas or to show you how to harvest rainwater.


Rainwater Harvesting - Home System Tour


Large Rainwater Harvesting System

Rainwater Harvesting | Collect & Store The Cleanest Rain Water From Your Roof!

Off Grid Living Water Systems: Rain Water Harvesting, Cisterns, Wells & More

30,000 gallon modular, underground rainwater harvesting system.

Top 7 Mistakes to Avoid when Harvesting Rain Water



DIY Water Power

Water has an extrodinary amount of power. Here are some 'how to's' if you'd like to start creating your own water power.

Homemade Water Turbine

Water Wheel Generator

Free power- How to convert an old washing machine into a water powered generator

Tesla Turbine, "How To Make Your Own Tesla Turbine" for Hydroelectric, Steam, or Wind.

Industrial Water Power

America Launches its First Wave-Generated Electricity System

How hydroelectricity works

Steam and Nuclear Power


What do Nuclear Power Plants do?  They create steam, yeah that's right, steam.  Just like coal, oil, and natural gas plants.  Nuclear power plants boil water using Uranium rods that make turbines turn from the steam.  The turning of the turbines creates electricity.  THis process is called Fission.

The advantage of this over coal, oil, and natural gas is that it doesn't emit CO2 into the atmosphere.  However, there is a very big problem with both types of Uranium used.  U-235 and U-238 are the types of Uranium used for Nuclear power plants.

So why is this Uranium bad?  Refining of the U-238 creates Plutonium, which is used to make Nuclear weapons.  Nuclear weapons are a problem for everyone living and unborn on this planet.

Is there a better solution?  Yes, there is and it's called Thorium.  Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors is what they're called.  Remember the word Fluoride for the Health & Science section of this page. Thorium is one of the most abundant nuclear elements on the planet and doesn't create Plutonium as a byproduct.

So why don't we see Thorium Power Plants?  There are a few reasons and it mostly has to do with the times nuclear power was created.  The cost of creating new Thorium power plants is very expensive, but worth the money, time and effort in the end.  Would you want to give up billions of dollars by switching to Thorium if you controlled a Uranium market?

Thorium has attracted popularity, so there are Thorium plants being built as we speak.  There are actually 32 countries that either; have Thorium plants, are building plants, or that have the plans to build them. If we have to see nuclear power in the future it is best that it's Thorium.


Health & Science

Dr. Masaru Emoto

Dr. Emoto is known for his research and breakthroughs on how we think about water.  Does water have a memory or consciousness? Can human iteration cause an effect on water?  There are some very important things we still don't know about water.


HERE's his Wikipedia Biography.



Interview with Dr. Masaru Emoto about the magic of Water

Water, Consciousness & Intent: Dr. Masaru Emoto

Want to prove or disprove Dr. Masaru Emoto's theory?  Try the rice experiment.

Dr Masuru Emoto's Rice Experiment


Below you will find some of the technological advancements to and with water.

The Water Seer

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