Understanding Water Filtration – Part 1

To the average individual the phrase “water filtration” may conjure up a variety of different images. The most common perception of filtration is that of some sort of a screen or barrier in which undesirable particles are trapped and clean water is allowed to pass through. This perception is correct in many cases, incorrect in others, and very over simplified in yet others. People often call their local municipality water…

Water – Dangerous Water!

Elsewhere in this blog I have exposed some caveats about the danger water represents to you and I. I am going to keep pounding this one issue from time-to-time because I  don’t believe the public yet understands all the dangers that water represents to you and I. It frustrates me that we still have such a lackadaisical attitude toward water. In pointing out the water is a universal solvent and will…

Let Van Gogh Guide Our Water Decisions.

In the late fall of 1973. Jim Schildcroudt, My General Chemistry professor projected a slide up onto the screen and offered an A for the entire course if we could specifically identify what it was. One guess was that it was some nasty blackhead acne. Another guess was bacterial colonies. I had no idea so I guessed that it was ” Gomer’s Pyle”, a joke referring to the old TV…