Making Water

If you have had good or negative results from other theories, you might let others know here.

The forum, its administration and Peter Andrews do not endorse any posts nor have any public statements to make about any theory other than NSF.

Individual poster's are responsible for all their own posts. This forum has no comment to make on them, however in the public interest we will allow them to be viewed.

Moderator: webmaster

Post Reply
Posts: 167
Joined: Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:50 am
Location: melbourne

Making Water

Post by ColinJEly » Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:32 pm

Here is an interesting idea

Posts: 1160
Joined: Fri Apr 20, 2007 1:44 pm
Location: Central Coast, NSW

Post by duane » Sat Jul 18, 2009 3:26 pm


His forward said all the right things....the rest of it just lost me.

Desalination is just another of man's perverse engineering solutions that becomes a bigger nightmare than the one they set out to solve.

Desalination....spells disaster for the oceans because of the return of hypersalinated water...seawater ecosystems die as a result.

Of all the rainfall on the Australian Continent that falls across it every year ONLY 2% is captures and stored in dams.

The rest runs out to sea or is lost to evaporation.

Once 98% was stored in the landscape, protected by a vast biodiversity of plants which had a permanent cover over the landscape except when it was burnt.

Today we have deserts everywhere and Victoria is soon to be part of the GSD.,,,i.e., the Great Simpson Desert. Unless, we get back to the way the landscape once ran.

Post Reply