Thursday, June 5, 2008

Goldman Sachs: Water - the petroleum of the future

Drought 'to be biggest world risk'
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
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A catastrophic water shortage could prove an even bigger threat to mankind this century than soaring food prices and the relentless exhaustion of energy reserves, according to a panel of global experts at the Goldman Sachs "Top Five Risks" conference.

Nicholas (Lord) Stern, author of the Government's Stern Review on the economics of climate change, warned that underground aquifers could run dry at the same time as melting glaciers play havoc with fresh supplies of usable water.

"The glaciers on the Himalayas are retreating, and they are the sponge that holds the water back in the rainy season. We're facing the risk of extreme run-off, with water running straight into the Bay of Bengal and taking a lot of topsoil with it," he said.

"A few hundred square miles of the Himalayas are the source for all the major rivers of Asia - the Ganges, the Yellow River, the Yangtze - where 3bn people live. That's almost half the world's population," he said.

Lord Stern, the World Bank's former chief economist, said governments had been slow to accept that usable water is running out. "Water is not a renewable resource. People have been mining it without restraint because it has not been priced properly," he said.

Farming makes up 70pc of global water demand. Fresh water for irrigation is never returned to underground basins. Most is lost through leaks and evaporation.

A Goldman Sachs report said water was the "petroleum for the next century", offering huge rewards for investors who know how to play the infrastructure boom. The US alone needs up to $1,000bn (£500bn) in new piping and waste water plants by 2020.

"Demand for water continues to escalate at unsustainable rates. At the risk of being alarmist, we see parallels with Malthusian economics. Globally, water consumption is doubling every 20 years. By 2025, it is estimated that about one third of the global population will not have access to adequate drinking water," it said.

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Toilet to Tap Project Once Again Considered for L.A.

L.A. considers sewage as source for water supply.

No matter what the projects are called, or how pure
they claim the water is, the source is still the same.

Other California cities are facing the same kinds of challenges as L.A.

Orange County and other Southern California agencies are already recycling treated sewage water back into the drinking supply.

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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

EPA may not take action to limit rocket fuel in water

Tue May 6, 2008
Associated Press

WASHINGTON — An EPA official says there's a "distinct possibility" the agency won't take action to limit a toxic rocket fuel ingredient that has contaminated drinking water supplies around the country.

Benjamin Grumbles, assistant administrator for water at the Environmental Protection Agency, told senators Tuesday that EPA believes the contaminant — perchlorate — poses developmental health risks. But he says that after years of study EPA has not determined whether regulating perchlorate would meaningfully reduce that risk.

Senators accused EPA of foot-dragging. The agency has faced pressure from the Pentagon, which could be liable for clean-up costs.

Perchlorate has been found in at least 35 states and is widespread in the Southwest.

Monday, March 10, 2008

More details on the growing concern over drugs in drinking water

An AP (Associated Press) investigation that was just released showed that a vast array of pharmaceuticals -- including antibiotics, anti-convulsants, mood stabilizers and sex hormones -- have been found in the drinking water supplies of at least 41 million Americans.

In the course of a five-month inquiry, the AP discovered that drugs have been detected in the drinking water supplies of 24 major metropolitan areas -- from Southern California to Northern New Jersey, from Detroit, Michigan, to Louisville, Kentucky.

Here are some of the key test results obtained by the AP:

• Officials in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, said testing there discovered 56 pharmaceuticals or byproducts in treated drinking water, including medicines for pain, infection, high cholesterol, asthma, epilepsy, mental illness and heart problems. Sixty-three pharmaceuticals or byproducts were found in the city's watersheds.

• Anti-epileptic and anti-anxiety medications were detected in a portion of the treated drinking water for 18.5 million people in Southern California.

• Researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey analyzed a Passaic Valley Water Commission drinking water treatment plant, which serves 850,000 people in Northern New Jersey, and found a metabolized angina medicine and the mood-stabilizing carbamazepine in drinking water.

• A sex hormone was detected in the drinking water of San Francisco, California.

• The drinking water for Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas tested positive for six pharmaceuticals.

The situation is undoubtedly worse than suggested by the positive test results in the major population centers documented by the AP.

Water providers rarely disclose results of pharmaceutical screenings, unless pressed, the AP found. For example, the head of a group representing major California suppliers said the public "doesn't know how to interpret the information" and might be unduly alarmed.

How do the drugs get into the water?

People take pills. Their bodies absorb some of the medication, but the rest of it passes through and is flushed down the toilet. The wastewater is treated before it is discharged into reservoirs, rivers or lakes. Then, some of the water is cleansed again at drinking water treatment plants and piped to consumers.

But most treatments do not remove all drug residue.

A 'growing concern'

The presence of so many prescription drugs -- and over-the-counter medicines like acetaminophen and ibuprofen -- in so much of our drinking water is heightening worries among scientists of long-term consequences to human health.

"We recognize it is a growing concern and we're taking it very seriously," said Benjamin H. Grumbles, assistant administrator for water at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Yet, most if not all utilities insist their water is safe.

Testing not required

The federal government doesn't require any testing and hasn't set safety limits for drugs in water.

Of the 62 major water providers contacted, the drinking water for only 28 was tested. Among the 34 that haven't: Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Miami, Florida; Baltimore, Maryland; Phoenix, Arizona; Boston, Massachusetts; and New York City's Department of Environmental Protection, which delivers water to 9 million people.

Some providers screen for only one or two pharmaceuticals, leaving open the possibility that others are present.

The AP's investigation also indicates that watersheds, the natural sources of most of the nation's water supply, also are contaminated. Tests were conducted in the watersheds of 35 of the 62 major providers surveyed by the AP, and pharmaceuticals were detected in 28.

Yet officials in six of those 28 metropolitan areas said they did not go on to test their drinking water -- Fairfax, Virginia; Montgomery County in Maryland; Omaha, Nebraska; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Santa Clara, California; and New York City.

The New York state health department and the USGS tested the source of the city's water, upstate. They found trace concentrations of heart medicine, infection fighters, estrogen, anti-convulsants, a mood stabilizer and a tranquilizer.

City water officials declined repeated requests for an interview. In a statement, they insisted that "New York City's drinking water continues to meet all federal and state regulations regarding drinking water quality in the watershed and the distribution system" -- regulations that do not address trace pharmaceuticals.

In several cases, officials at municipal or regional water providers told the AP that pharmaceuticals had not been detected, but the AP obtained the results of tests conducted by independent researchers that showed otherwise.

Of the 28 major metropolitan areas where tests were performed on drinking water supplies, only Albuquerque, New Mexico; Austin, Texas; and Virginia Beach, Virginia, said tests were negative. The drinking water in Dallas, Texas, has been tested, but officials are awaiting results. Arlington, Texas, acknowledged that traces of a pharmaceutical were detected in its drinking water but cited post-9/11 security concerns in refusing to identify the drug.

The AP also contacted 52 small water providers -- one in each state, and two each in Missouri and Texas -- that serve communities with populations around 25,000. All but one said their drinking water had not been screened for pharmaceuticals; officials in Emporia, Kansas, refused to answer AP's questions, also citing post-9/11 issues.

What About Rural Water from Wells?
What about Bottled Water?

Well water users aren't in the clear either, experts say.

Even users of bottled water and home filtration systems don't necessarily avoid exposure. Bottlers, some of which simply repackage tap water, do not typically treat or test for pharmaceuticals, according to the industry's main trade group. The same goes for the makers of home filtration systems.

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In the United States, the problem isn't confined to surface waters. Pharmaceuticals also permeate aquifers deep underground, the source of 40 percent of the nation's water supply. Federal scientists who drew water in 24 states from aquifers near contaminant sources such as landfills and animal feed lots found minuscule levels of hormones, antibiotics and other drugs.

Perhaps it's because Americans have been taking drugs -- and flushing them unmetabolized or unused -- in growing amounts. Over the past five years, the number of U.S. drug prescriptions rose 12 percent to a record 3.7 billion, while nonprescription drug purchases held steady around 3.3 billion, according to IMS Health and The Nielsen Co.

Medications not all absorbed
"People think that if they take a medication, their body absorbs it and it disappears, but of course that's not the case," said EPA scientist Christian Daughton, one of the first to draw attention to the issue of pharmaceuticals in water in the United States.

Some drugs, including widely used cholesterol fighters, tranquilizers and anti-epileptic medications, resist modern drinking water and wastewater treatment processes. Plus, the EPA says there are no sewage treatment systems specifically engineered to remove pharmaceuticals.

Veterinary drugs also play a role. Pets are now treated for a wide range of ailments -- sometimes with the same drugs as humans. The inflation-adjusted value of veterinary drugs rose by 8 percent, to $5.2 billion, over the past five years, according to an analysis of data from the Animal Health Institute.

Ask the pharmaceutical industry whether the contamination of water supplies is a problem, and officials will tell you no.

"Based on what we now know, I would say we find there's little or no risk from pharmaceuticals in the environment to human health," said microbiologist Thomas White, a consultant for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.

But at a conference last summer, Mary Buzby -- director of environmental technology for drug maker Merck & Co. Inc. -- said: "There's no doubt about it, pharmaceuticals are being detected in the environment and there is genuine concern that these compounds, in the small concentrations that they're at, could be causing impacts to human health or to aquatic organisms."

Recent laboratory research has found that small amounts of medication have affected human embryonic kidney cells, human blood cells and human breast cancer cells. The cancer cells proliferated too quickly; the kidney cells grew too slowly; and the blood cells showed biological activity associated with inflammation.

Also, pharmaceuticals in waterways are damaging wildlife across the nation and around the globe, research shows. Notably, male fish are being feminized, creating egg yolk proteins, a process usually restricted to females. Pharmaceuticals also are affecting sentinel species at the foundation of the pyramid of life -- such as earthworms in the wild and zooplankton in the laboratory, studies show.

So much is unknown. Many independent scientists are skeptical that trace concentrations will ultimately prove to be harmful to humans. There's growing concern in the scientific community, though, that certain drugs -- or combinations of drugs -- may harm humans over decades because water, unlike most specific foods, is consumed in sizable amounts every day.

Our bodies may shrug off a relatively big one-time dose, yet suffer from a smaller amount delivered continuously over a half century, perhaps subtly stirring allergies or nerve damage. Pregnant women, the elderly and the very ill might be more sensitive.

"We know we are being exposed to other people's drugs through our drinking water, and that can't be good," says Dr. David Carpenter, who directs the Institute for Health and the Environment of the State University of New York at Albany.

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Sunday, March 9, 2008

Breaking Water Alert: AP probe reports drugs in drinking water

March 9, 2008

A vast array of pharmaceuticals — including antibiotics, anti-convulsants, mood stabilizers and sex hormones — have been found in the drinking water supplies of at least 41 million Americans, an Associated Press investigation shows.

In the course of a five-month inquiry, the AP discovered that drugs have been detected in the drinking water supplies of 24 major metropolitan areas — from Southern California to Northern New Jersey, from Detroit to Louisville, Ky.

Water providers rarely disclose results of pharmaceutical screenings, unless pressed, the AP found. For example, the head of a group representing major California suppliers said the public "doesn't know how to interpret the information" and might be unduly alarmed.

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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Tap Water Series: Getting the Lead Out

Recent public service and campaigns have stressed
drinking tap water. Our Tap Water Series of Articles
will help show why Tap Water may not be the best source
of your water for drinking, cooking, and even bathing.

Tap Water: Getting the Lead Out


This picture, of course, is an exaggeration.  The real hazard
comes from what YOU CANNOT SEE in your water!

Health Threats From Lead

Too much lead in the human body can cause serious damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system, and red blood cells.

In babies and children, exposure to lead in drinking water above the action level can result in delays in physical and mental development, along with slight deficits in attention span and learning abilities. In adults, it can cause increases in blood pressure. Adults who drink this water over many years could develop kidney problems or high blood pressure.

Although much public outcry and concern is made over toys that may contain lead, you hear very little about whether the water that our children drink is a lead hazard.

It is estimated that lead in drinking water contributes between 10%-20% of total lead exposure in young children.
Sources of Lead in Drinking Water
Lead levels in your drinking water are likely to be highest if:

    * your home has faucets or fittings of brass which contains some lead,
    * your home or water system has lead pipes
    * your home has copper pipes with solder
    * the house is less than five years old
    * you have naturally soft water
    * water often sits in the pipes for several hours

Pure, clean, bottled water is a good, safe, alternate choice to help eliminate lead exposure.



Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Tap Water Series: What is in Aquafina and Dasani?

Recent public service and campaigns have stressed
drinking tap water. Our Tap Water Series of Articles
will help show why Tap Water may not be the best source
of your water for drinking, cooking, and even bathing.

Aquafina Labels: It's Tap Water?!

What about Dasani?

The label on Aquafina a bottles will soon be changed to spell out that the drink comes from the same source as tap water, the brand's owner said Friday.

A group called Corporate Accountability International has been pressuring bottled water sellers to curb what it calls misleading marketing practices.

Aquafina is the single biggest bottled water brand, and its bottles are now labeled "P.W.S." The new labels will spell out "public water source."

"If this helps clarify the fact that the water originates from public sources, then it's a reasonable thing to do," said PepsiCo spokeswoman Michelle Naughton .

The corporate accountability group is also pressing for similar concessions from The Coca-Cola Co. (nyse: KO - news - people ), which owns the Dasani water brand.

Dasani's Web site says that Dasani comes from local water supplies and is then filtered.

"We don't believe that consumers are confused about the source of Dasani water," Coca-Cola spokeswoman Diana Garza Ciarlante said. "The label clearly states that it is purified water."

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Monday, March 3, 2008

Do you know?

Water is the only drink for a wise man.
- Henry David Thoreau

Do you know what is in the water you drink?

Do you know what is in the water that comes out of your tap?

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Sunday, March 2, 2008

Is Your Body Crying For Water?

Is Your Body Crying For Water?

* Water's Role in the Body

Water helps nearly every part of the human body function. Considering that our bodies are almost two-thirds water, understanding water's important role in the body can be a fountain of health. The following are just some facts about water and it's role in the body:

* Your brain is 75% water / Moderate dehydration can cause headaches and dizziness
* Water is required for expiration
* Regulates body temperature
* Carries nutrients and oxygen to all cells in the body
* Blood is 92% water
* Moistens oxygen for breathing
* Protects and cushions vital organs
* Helps to convert food into energy
* Helps body absorb nutrients
* Removes waste
* Bones are 22% water
* Muscles are 75% water

*Statistics From The International Bottled Water Association

* Water is the main component of almost every function in your body. You cannot live without water

* According to F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., author of the book Your Body's Many Cries For Water, these are some of the things water does for you everyday:

1. Water generates electrical and magnetic energy inside every single cell in your body - it literally provides you with the "power" to live.

2. Water integrates mind and body functions. It increases the ability to realize goals and purpose.

3. Water is used to transport all substances to your cells.

4. Water increases the efficiency of the red blood cells to collect oxygen in your lungs.

5. Water brings your cells oxygen and takes the wastes away from the cells so your body can dispose of them. It cleanses your body on the cellular level!

6. Water plays an active role in your internal heating (electrical) and cooling (sweat) systems. It helps to regulate your body's temperature.

7. Water is needed for the production of hormones, enzymes, and neurotransmitters.

8. Water is a better "pick-me-up" then any other drink in the world! And, it has NO side effects!

9. Water removes deposits of toxic substances in the joints, kidneys, liver, brain, skin, and tissues caused by dehydration.

10. Drinking water helps separate the sensations of hunger and thirst. This helps you lose weight naturally as you start to recognize you are not hungry, but rather thirsty for water!

These are just a few of the many reasons to make water a priority in your day!

* Are you drinking enough water? More importantly - are you drinking the right water?

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Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the FDA and are provided for informational purposes and are not intended for diagnosing, treatment, cure, or prevention any disease.

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Friday, February 29, 2008

What is Hexagonal Structured Water and Why Is It So Important?

What is Hexagonal Water?

Hexagonal Water is a specific arrangement of individual water molecules where 6 H2O units consistently link to form a ring-like structure. This unique arrangement is the basis of a more complex crystalline network that is formed when numerous hexagonal units join together.

All water contains a certain percentage of hexagonal units – some sources more than others. The percentage of hexagonal units appears to depend on a number of factors, including the energetic influences that water is exposed to.

Even chemicals added to watr to treat it, such as chlorine and flouride reduce the structure. And many pollutants typically found in municipal water sources are even worse in reducing the number of hexagonal units. This is why (among other reasons) you do not want to drink tap water.

There are a number of places throughout the world where the water has a high concentration of hexagonal structures. Many of these places are known as “healing springs.” Others are known for producing inhabitants that live long and disease-free lives.

Hexagonal Water moves easily into the cellular environment

There is significant scientific evidence that Hexagonal Water moves within biological organisms with greater ease. It appears to enhance nutrient absorption and the removal of metabolic wastes. (Many who consume Hexagonal Water report a cleansing reaction within days or weeks.) This may be due to the smaller size of the molecular unit and its ability to enter and exit the cellular environment with greater ease. It may also be due to the specific organization of the hexagonal network which appears to enhance cellular communication and to support other structures within biological organisms. For example: according to The Water Puzzle, Hexagonal Water is found surrounding healthy DNA, whereas unorganized water is found surrounding the DNA of diseased tissue. (1)

Hexagonal Water enhances metabolic efficiency

There is also evidence that Hexagonal Water activates enzymes to a greater degree than ordinary water – and that it enhances metabolic efficiency. (1) In The Water Puzzle, Dr. Jhon explains why Hexagonal Water is energetically more powerful and why it has the capacity to improve metabolic efficiency. According to his book, Hexagonal Water has the capacity to perform more work and to transfer a greater amount of energy within the body. (1)

The amount of Hexagonal Water in our bodies decreases as we age

Research has shown that that the total amount of water within the human body decreases as we age, but it is also being shown that the amount of Hexagonal Water decreases as well. In one significant study conducted in Japan, Magnetic Resonance Imaging was used to show that the amount of structured water in the body is directly correlated with age. (2) This same study presents evidence that biological molecules require structured water in order to perform their functions. According to the paper, when biological molecules are found in unstructured water, they are just compounds – they have a decreased ability to perform their intended functions.

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1. Jhon, M.S., The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key Uplifting Press 2004.
2. Katayama, S. Aging Mechanism Associated with a Function of Biowater. Physiol Chem Phys & Med NMR 24:43-50, 1992.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Miracle Molecular Structure of Water: Human Body Loves Hexagonal Water

Dr. Yang H. Oh, PhD, received his degree in Chemistry from Harvard and is retired from a professorship at Baylor Medical School. Dr. Oh states,

"The hexagonal structure of water is the one that promotes health and increases longevity. The human body loves hexagonal water."

We now understand that the water in our bodies must be structured to be able to carry sufficient and correct information to the cells for proper health, and smaller, organized clusters of these structures, seems to be preferable to large clusters for optimum health. Proper structuring of the molecules is also essential for delivery of nutrients into the cells and removal of wastes out of the cells. If water is not structured properly on consumption, then the body has to assume the task of its structuring; however, this does not always occur sufficiently for various reasons and water remains in a chaotic state. When this happens the body becomes increasingly dehydrated and malnourished and the clumping together of different kinds of cells can occur, keeping them from functioning properly.

Water: for us it is the most important substance on the planet. It sustains life and enhances wellbeing. But according to Dr. Yang Oh and Gil-Ho Kim, water possesses differing molecular structures, and the kind of water you drink may relate to bodily dysfunction and disease. Basing their work on the research of Dr. Mu Shik Jhon, the authors conclude that the three different molecular structures of water identified in this book have varied affects on the body. They even point to evidence that seems to indicate abnormal water structure could be related to the abnormal cellular activity that results in cancer and diabetes. Their conclusion: The hexagonal structure of water is the one that promotes health and increases longevity.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A native of Korea, Dr. Yang H. Oh holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Harvard Medical School. He is retired from a professorship at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He is currently Director General of his own YHO Bio-Science R/D Center in Houston and also in Korea.

A businessman and researched who was educated at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Gil Ho Kim has served as vice chairman of the Korea Water Purifier Industrial Association. Also a native of Korea, he has worked with the National Association for Scientists and Engineers of Korea and the Korean Association for the advancement of sciences.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Water aids in Arthritis Pain

Water and Arthritis

Arthritis pain and stiffness is now understood to be initially a result of increased friction and swelling in the bone joints. Our body uses water to lubricate these joints. When our water levels are reduced, especially as we age, there is increased friction between the cartilage surfaces resulting in swelling, stiffness and pain. The amount of total body water decreases with age, as does what is often known as the thirst mechanism. This is why many people, as they age, have little desire to drink water. The movement of the joints cause a suction that pulls water from the bone marrow to the joint cavity if there is available water through proper hydration. An increased intake of water and gentle rhythmic movements of the joints can ease and in many cases overcome arthritic pain.

A more detailed explanation of this is outlined in the book, The Body’s Many Cries For Water by Dr. F. Batmanghelidj.

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Friday, February 22, 2008

Drink Up: Water is Good For Your Heart

Studies show people who drank more than five glasses of water each day were less likely to die from a heart attack than those who drank fewer than two glasses a day.

Researchers at Loma Linda University in California studied more than 20,000 healthy men and women aged 38 to 100 for six years. The study appears in the May 1 American Journal of Epidemiology.

They found women who drank more than five glasses of water a day were 41% less likely to die from a heart attack during the study period than those who drank less than two glasses. The protective effect of water was even greater in men. Men who drank more water had a 54% lower risk of a fatal heart attack.

But not all liquids were equal. When researchers included the consumption of other liquids such as coffee, tea, juice, milk, and alcohol, the risk of heart attack increased. Women who drank large amounts of liquids other than water were more than twice as likely to die of a heart attack, and non-water drinking men had a 46% increase in risk.

Researchers say when people drink water it is absorbed quickly and easily into the bloodstream and thins the blood -- helping to prevent artery-clogging clots. But other liquids require digestion, which may require fluids to move from the blood into the gut -- creating a blood-thickening effect.

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Thursday, February 21, 2008

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