http://waterfilters.mercola.com/drinking-water-filter.aspx?x_cid=youtube Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola discusses the different types of water sources your home could have, and why a water filter is essential to your home.
While I’m normally a physics guy, got to give the chemists out there props on this one. Also props to Bill and Melinda Gates for partnering with me on this video. Check out their 2019 annual letter here- https://b-gat.es/2RPpLCc
Here is a link to learn more about P&G’s initiative and to donate (again… not sponsored): https://csdw.org/
1:07 Faidherbe Square – Proleter https://proleter.bandcamp.com/
2:37 The Ocean – Andrew Applepie http://andrewapplepie.com/
3:43 Cereal Killa – Blue Wednesday https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday/
5:30 Dizzy – Political Statement and JMoney- https://soundcloud.com/dylanruff/political-statement-jmoney-dizzy
6:02 Arrow – Andrew Applepie http://andrewapplepie.com/
6:55 Marimba- Blue Wednesday https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday/
9:38- Bottles – A Shell in the Pit https://ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com/
Summary: I used some powder that has a flocculant in it to make swampy water drinkable. This can be used in situations where people don’t have access to drinking water. Then I met up with Bill Gates and we talked about why we should help poor countries.
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http://waterfilters.mercola.com/whole-house-water-filters.aspx Natural Health Expert Dr. Joseph Mercola discusses the different types of water sources in your home and why filters are so essential. His approved water filtration products are available from Dr. Mercola Premium Products.
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For most everyone around the world, turning on your tap and getting fresh clean water is just a way of life. While this might seem to be a simple fact of modern civilization, it’s a relatively new innovation in the timeline of human development.
Access to fresh water is one of the largest drivers of creating a modern society, but what allows everyone access to seemingly endless supplies of potable water? It depends on where you live, but chances are behind your tap there’s a municipal water treatment plant.
There are two main types of water treatment plants: drinking water and wastewater plants. We’ll be focusing in on drinking water plants here, but if you’d like to learn about how wastewater is treated, you can watch a video on the topic here.
Both types of treatment plants serve the purpose of cleaning water, but in general, wastewater treatment plants will output water, or effluent, into streams or rivers and drinking water plants, or potable water treatment plants, will output their treated water into a city’s pipe distribution network.
The question still remains, how exactly does one treatment plant take dirty river or well water and turn it into water that is safe to drink? It involves a lot of processing using chemicals, filters, and removing all of the toxins and hazards from a given water source.
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http://www.ted.com Too much of the world lacks access to clean drinking water. Engineer Michael Pritchard did something about it — inventing the portable Lifesaver filter, which can make the most revolting water drinkable in seconds. An amazing demo from TEDGlobal 2009.
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