Xylem acquires Evoqua – Here we go again

The water world is buzzing about this Grand Slam acquisition. The predictions and analyses of what this means to the industry are popping off like corn kernels in a hot frying pan. I have my own unique perspective on this deal, and I am sure it will be different from what you read anywhere else. As time passes, you will find that my take is in fact the most accurate…

The Bullshit Of Climate Change And California Drought

As the nonsense of green energy, circular economies, carbon setbacks, Anthropogenic Climate Change, and electric vehicles continues to blow up daily in the faces of imbeciles who believe in these things, California leads the way in self-embarrassment for the environmentally woke. As long as you and I have been alive, in fact, even much longer, there has been no drought in California or anywhere in America’s West. The rain patterns…

The Memphis Sand Aquifer – Four Inconvenient Truths

The city of Memphis, and many residents in North Mississippi and parts of Arkansas are blessed to get their water from the Memphis Sand Aquifer (MSA). This water is without question one of the best, cleanest, and most delicious tasting in the world. Scientists estimate the aquifer holds as much as 100 trillion gallons of water, which is essentially equal to Lake Erie. People in Memphis love their water. The…