Sunday, June 2, 2013

Water Conservation.......Is It Needed

Water Conservation.......



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    Water is the most basic requirement for life. If Earth had no water, life
as we know it would not exist. You can go only a few days without water if
you hope to survive.

    People in the West often take water for granted. You turn on your tap and
out it pours – like magic. But with Earth’s natural resources stressed by
population growth, pollution and climate change, access to clean water is not
a given.

    Many scientists predict we are heading into a global water crisis, the
likes of which have never before been seen with any other natural resource.

    An award-winning documentary called FLOW: For Love of Water investigates
the water crisis, described as one of the most important political and
environmental issues of the 21st Century. Irena Salina builds a case against
the growing privatization of the world's dwindling fresh water supply with an
emphasis on politics, pollution, human rights, and the emergence of a
domineering world water cartel.

    The film exposes many of the governmental and corporate culprits behind
the water grab, while posing the question, “Can anyone really own water?”

    Beyond identifying the problem, FLOW also explores practical solutions to
the water crisis and new technologies that offer promise for a successful
global and economic turnaround.

Water, Water Everywhere...

    Most people don’t realize that only 10 percent of the world’s fresh water
supply is used for homes. The remaining 80 percent is used by agriculture (70
percent) and industry (20 percent).

    The average American uses 150 gallons of water every day, yet those in
developing countries can scarcely find five gallons. Of the seven billion
people on Earth, 1.1 billion don’t have access to safe, clean drinking
water.1 Water-related disease kills more people than wars, and nearly half of
the victims are children.2

    It’s estimated that between 500,000 and seven million people get sick
each year from drinking contaminated tap water.

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not regulate the 51
“known” water contaminants.3 But those are just a drop in the bucket compared
to the vast number of human-made chemicals finding their way into the public
water supply. There are more than 116,000 human-made chemicals now detected
in public water systems, according to William Marks, author of the book Water
Voices from Around the World.

    Even if your water seems plentiful, it may not be as pure as you’d like.
And the water quality is getting worse as industries continue dumping their
toxic sludge back into rivers and streams, all in the name of the almighty
dollar. Even if you drink only purified water, you’re not immune. Many of
water’s more volatile pollutants enter your body through your skin and lungs
while you shower.

Water and Its Contaminants Are Circling the Globe

    According to FLOW, the most common water contaminant is a chemical called
Atrazine. Atrazine is an herbicide manufactured by the Swiss company
Syngenta. It has a number of terrible biological effects and has been
completely banned in the EU – which is interesting, since that’s where it’s
made. But the ban doesn’t stop the EU from selling 80 million pounds of it to
the United States every year, where it’s sprayed on crops from coast to

    Atrazine has been shown to “chemically castrate” frogs, feminizing the
males and even causing them to grow ovaries. This demasculinization can
diminish sperm counts in animals and humans, and has been linked to breast
and prostate cancer. You don’t want this sprayed on your food – and certainly
not 80 million pounds of it!


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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