posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 11:13 AM
In the not-so-far distant past our planet contained free, unlimited and unadulterated water to sustain all carbon-based life forms. Presently that is
no longer true. So why are humans destroying their own biosphere – and practically everything else in it?
The strangest liquid: Why water is so weird
Yet despite water's overwhelming importance to life, no single theory had been able to satisfactorily explain its mysterious properties - until
World Water Day
Although we live on a water-covered planet, only 1% of the world's water is available for human use, the rest locked away in oceans, ice, and the
The Maya believed natural wells, such as the Xkeken cenote in Mexico's Yucatan, led to the underworld. (John Stanmeyer, VII, © National Geographic)
Amazing interview with Daniel Vitalis about water
This is one of the most fascinating interviews you'll ever hear about water, wild foods and cutting-edge health concepts.
Water is something we have to seriously think about in this day and age, only 1% of all water on our planet is available to us, the rest is
underground (hidden) or frozen.