Extraordinary Nature of Water

Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Farmer » Fri May 21, 2010 6:48 pm

You can skip the first two minutes of video 1


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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby huntingross » Fri May 21, 2010 11:35 pm

Fascinating stuff, I'm trying to think of some practical way to put this into practice......also liked the explanation of how trout can remain stationery in running water.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Farmer » Sat May 22, 2010 5:22 pm

yes, this is extremely interesting.

Isn't funny how from around 1850 to 1930 there was this huge discovery of things that come from nature. The people that did this obviously needed the extra time they had which is lost today with the built in need for speed and time optimisation. Clearly these people also had the advantage of not needing to consider so called scientific methods or whether something was possible according to some universal law created by science.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Phil: C » Sat May 22, 2010 9:05 pm

huntingross wrote:Fascinating stuff, I'm trying to think of some practical way to put this into practice......

Yes, extremely fascinating, thanks again Farmer. It could explain why bottled spring water doesn't taste much better than the crap Severn Trent are trying to get me to pay for. If anyone knows of a way to put Schauberger's ideas into practice in relation to individual domestic water supply I'd be interested to hear about it.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Veronica » Sat May 22, 2010 10:09 pm

Aravat wrote:If anyone knows of a way to put Schauberger's ideas into practice in relation to individual domestic water supply I'd be interested to hear about it.

That's the problem .. as well as getting them to stop chlorinating & fluoridating.

Mind you ... the point is NOT to de-forest ... and then the practical application is to AID DE-FORESTATION.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Phil: C » Sat May 22, 2010 11:07 pm

The plastic bottles that spring water comes in are, allegedly, toxic. So, on the basis that a silicon-based substance is probably more inert (or should that be less ert?) than an oil-based one I transfer mine into glass bottles. I then leave them for a few days next to cards with phrases like "I love you" and "You are beautiful" written on them! Don't laugh, it can't do any harm, and it's based on the work of Masaru Emoto, mentioned in this recent thread: viewtopic.php?f=72&t=5604.
The thing is, it has not made any difference to the taste. The bottles were on a north-facing window sill, out of direct sunlight. I've just moved them elsewhere, thinking that a nearby mobile phone transmitter could be having an effect - time will tell.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby emerald city » Sat May 29, 2010 10:09 am

To:Farmer.

I read this with interest as I am in communication with my water "authority" about their water. I shall try to post up their replies.

But in relation to this post. If you believe in the Ghia theory, which I certainly do. You will know that everything, once altered by man, begins to become ill. And then of course we must also.

The bottled water, which I drink is in fact in high toxic PT1 containers, when these become warm (i.e. in your car), then the chemicals can leach out into the water. So there is no way you could know if it has been stored in a warmer temperature before you buy it. The use by date, is of no use at all. It's the fact that it's in these containers.
I personally have not been able to solve this problem, except of course by decanting.....!

Bye the way - just taken on TESCO (as I drink bottled water blah blah).. about a bottle of "Still Water" on their shelves.
This states: bottled in Perthshire at source. As I am a label geek, I ask customer services, as usual the usual dah blank look from these people. She said to me "well it says STILL". My reply, "I know it's Still, I can see it's not doing anything".

Anyway decided to e-mail for info. Their reply stated that it was SPRING WATER from PERTHSHIRE.
There was no way you could believe this, as it wasn't on their label.
SO I E-MAILED BACK, "WOULD YOU STATE ON YOUR FULL COMMERCIAL LIABILITY THAT IT WAS SPRING WATER FROM PERTHSHIRE SPRING"
The water in quetstion "Tesco Value Still water".

The next e-mail re-tracted their previous statement. Guess what it is MAINS WATER FOR PERTHSHIRE, which has been "filtered".
I am going to e-mail them back to ask them whether they would buy my tap water from me at 22p per ltr. (orders over 100 ltres @20p. per ltr), this would enable them to sell it on at a profit at 32p, their current price, and as I live on a state pension would make me a little extra money. And them also !!!!
I will sign off.... Every little helps. :cheer: :cheer: :cheer:
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Sat May 29, 2010 11:26 am

I use a reverse osmosis setup and I just get pure water out of it. The bonus is the little flush lever - it takes all the crud filtered out and rinses it back into the drain... stright back to the water poisoners :giggle:

Mine was 75 quid and will do 150 gallons per day, if needed. Thefilter membrane and the fibre/charcoal filters are generally changed annually, for a cost of 43 pounds last time.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Phil: C » Sat May 29, 2010 11:28 am

emerald city wrote:I am in communication with my water "authority" about their water.

I gave up on two-way communication with Severn Trent a couple of months ago. I sent their last demand back "No Contract, Return to Sender" by registered mail, just so that they know that I know they got it and have heard nothing from them since.
The water I buy is Morrisons Still Spring Water. Hmmm... , I guess I'm too trusting, it doesn't say which spring it's from, or "bottled at source", unlike more expensive ones. I can feel an email coming on.
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Re: Extraordinary Nature of Water

Postby Phil: C » Sat May 29, 2010 11:32 am

BaldBeardyDude wrote: I use a reverse osmosis setup
Hi Pete, welcome back to this newly purged oasis of peace and quiet - how's the little 'un? And congratulations btw. :cheer:
Does RO bring the water 'back to life', as I think Schauberger put it?
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