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Water safety: Preserve water using silver coins

March 24, 2023 -

Before SHTF, you should also learn how to find and filter more water for your supply. Alternatively, you can use an unusual method to preserve water: silver coins. (h/t to

You need clean, potable water for survival, and you also need to learn how to ensure water safety to prevent common waterborne illnesses, such as hot tub rash, giardiasis, Legionnaires' disease and shigellosis.

You can prevent waterborne diseases by making sure all water bottles ...

Levee construction underway in Mississippi River to keep salt water out of drinking water amid record low water levels

October 20, 2022 -

The problem is the result of an ongoing drought paired with the rising sea level along the coast. At the mouth of the Mississippi River, these issues are coming to a head as low flow enables saltwater from the Gulf of Mexico to push its way up the river and put the drinking water supply in jeopardy.

When the river’s flow drops beneath a rate of 300,000 cubic feet per second, it no longer has the force needed to keep salt water at bay. The U.S. Geological Survey reports ...

Water supply and prepping: Emergency water solutions when your supply runs out

March 15, 2023 -

Some options include installing a well with a solar-powered pump on your homestead and learning how to harvest rainwater. (h/t to do you need alternative strategies for a water shortage?

You can stock up on enough bottled water so your family has enough water to drink during a long-term survival disaster, but how do you know when you have enough water?

According to minimum recommendations, you should have at least one gallon of water per person....

Severe water shortages loom as American government fails to invest in water infrastructure

December 12, 2022 -

During an appearance on the show "Liberty and Finance," investment guru and financial expert Rick Rule discussed how this situation will only get direr as the government continues to ignore America's need for strong water infrastructure.

"This is a circumstance that occurs around the country. There has been insufficient investment in water storage, in water distribution, in all aspects of the water business," said Rule. "It wasn't a problem until it became a problem....

Water Wars: Colorado River basin states fail to reach consensus on water usage cuts

February 03, 2023 -

Six of the seven basin states sketched out a joint proposal for how they could meet the federal government's demand to limit water consumption as more than two decades of drought have already pushed the crucial reservoirs to dangerously low levels. California, the largest water user of the seven basin states, did not join.

According to reports, the Department of the Interior had asked all seven states to contribute plans by the end of last month to reduce water usage ...

Houston lifts boil water notice, but ongoing water and power problems in Texas likely to persist

November 30, 2022 -

It all started at 10:30am on Sunday, when two transformers at a water treatment plant went offline. 2.2 million water customers in the country’s fourth most populous city were instructed to boil water for a minimum of two minutes prior to bathing, brushing their teeth, drinking or preparing food.

City offices and facilities were forced to close, and the Houston Independent School District announced that all facilities and campuses would be closed until Wednesday due ...

How to store emergency water in your vehicle

April 26, 2023 -

Here are some recommendations and invaluable advice shared by professional outdoor educators and survival experts on how to store emergency water in your vehicle.Storage tips for when the weather is hot

Avoid water in plastic bottles. A study by researchers at the University of Florida and Nanjing University found that plastic water bottles left in a hot car for a week leaked significant amounts of harmful chemicals into the drinking water. Examples of these toxic chemicals ...

4 Tips to prevent emergency water from freezing

November 24, 2022 -

Frozen water in an emergency situation is very bad news as the inconvenience of thawing it for use serves as a huge waste of energy.

People who do not have extra or available space inside their houses find cost-effective and efficient solutions for outdoor storage of their emergency water supply.

Some methods for keeping an outdoor emergency stash from freezing may take a bit more planning and can cost more money. But you can expect better results.Store ...

M. Kaleo Manuel, the Hawaii water official who REFUSED to release water to fight Maui fires, is a climate equity cult member

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It turns out that Manuel is a deranged climate cultist whose bizarre beliefs about water being a type of "god" caused him to withhold its quenching power from those in need in Lahaina, resulting in 111 deaths so far and counting.

"The commission is responsible, per our authorizing statute, to protect and manage all water resources in the state," an obnoxiously-voiced Manuel is seen stating in the below video:

Meet M. Kaleo Manuel, the official who refused to release ...

U.S. water safety study reveals HERBICIDES, fragrances and disinfection products are the most commonly detected public water contaminants – but what about FLUORIDE?

June 20, 2023 -

Contaminants found included gasoline, solvents, personal care products, detergents, fragrances, herbicides (including atrazine and 2, 4-D), insecticides (including insect repellant), disinfectant byproducts (including chloroform), plastics, fire retardants, prescription drugs used for humans and animals and manufacturing additives.Americans want to believe they have the safest drinking water in the world, but they don't

Most people just think about disease-causing organisms ...

Minnesota nuclear plant leaks 400,000 gallons of radioactive water

March 19, 2023 -

You see, this leak had been occurring months prior to the MDH announcement, which was the first time that many Minnesotans had even heard about the radioactive leak. Xcel reported it to the Minnesota Duty Officer (MDC) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) back in November, but the spill was only made public this week.

Why did it take four months for the MDH to inform the Minnesota public that a potentially serious radioactive incident occurred right in their own ...

Astronomers discover Earth-sized exoplanet that may hold WATER

January 24, 2023 -

Since its launch in April 2018, NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has found 285 confirmed exoplanets and more than 6,000 potential candidates. Among TESS' discoveries is an exoplanet called TOI-700 d, which is about the size of planet Earth. Astronomers were alerted of the existence of this potential new home for humanity in October 2021.

"This is one of only a few systems with multiple, small, habitable-zone planets that we know of. That makes the ...

Radioactive Fukushima water to be released into the ocean

January 18, 2023 -

According to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), the release of more than one million tons of water will begin by either spring or summer 2023. It added that regulators had deemed it safe to gradually discharge the water in the Pacific Ocean via a tunnel, but not before it undergoes treatment and dilution.

The contaminated water in Fukushima is being stored in more than 1,000 tanks which, according to officials, needs to be removed to move forward with the ...

Scientists discover new evidence of liquid water on Mars

October 07, 2022 -

The University of Cambridge-led study provided the first independent evidence that uses data aside from radar that there is liquid water beneath the south polar ice cap of the Red Planet.

"This study gives the best indication yet that there is liquid water on Mars today because it means that two of the key pieces of evidence we would look for when searching for subglacial lakes on Earth have now been found on Mars," said Dr. Frances Butcher, second author of the study ...

Solar farms sucking up California’s water – so much for “sustainability”

July 05, 2023 -

Local wells near the solar projects are either being sucked dry or are already dry as a bone due to the construction of multiple utility-scale solar projects located near Desert Center, which is located along the stretch of Interstate 10 out near Palm Springs.

Local residents and businesses are no longer able to pump the water they once did due to these behemoth solar farms. The projects do not use much water once operational, but they suck up a whole lot of water during ...

RFK Jr. links herbicides in drinking water to gender dysphoria

June 22, 2023 -

He shared this finding during an interview with Canadian clinical psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson. According to the founder and general counsel of Children's Health Defense, climate change or mental health issues shouldn't be blamed for the youth's gender confusion. Chemicals in the water supply are the real culprit, he said.

"A lot of problems we see in kids – and particularly boys – is probably under-appreciated; how much of that is coming from chemical exposures, including ...

Prepping tips: How to survive with a limited water supply

January 06, 2023 -

But what do you do if you only have a minimum amount of water left in your survival stockpile? (h/t to

According to the survival rule of threes, humans can live:

This means that you can survive longer without food than water, highlighting the need to stock up on enough water for your family before disaster strikes.

The maximum number of days you can survive in ideal environmental conditions is believed to be five to ...

Water infrastructure authorities declare a DROUGHT EMERGENCY in Southern California

December 19, 2022 -

Officials from the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California announced that the water-saving call could become mandatory if drought conditions persist in the coming months. According to their site, MWD will consider allocating supplies to all its 26 member agencies by April, which would require them to cut their use of imported water or face steep additional fees on water purchased from the local water agency.

"Since this drought began, we have been steadily ...

Scientists challenge WHO draft guidelines for PFAS in drinking water

November 24, 2022 -

The coalition of 116 scientists, all experts on PFAS, accused the global health body of disregarding the dangers of forever chemicals to human health and failing to suggest proper protective measures in the draft guidelines for PFAS in drinking water standards. In their Nov. 10 letter, they called for the WHO guidelines to be either "significantly revised" or withdrawn.

In comparison, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) updated its PFAS guidance for drinking water ...

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