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  • Mimas Death Star Moon
    Saturn's 'Death Star' moon could be a space fossil or harbor massive lake
    Aside from its passing resemblance to the iconic Death Star of Star Wars, Saturn’s moon Mimas has little to go on. Compared to its lunar cousins, such as the water-spurting Enceladus or Titan with its massive hydrocarbon lakes, Mimas has...
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    Need to know: Soma
    Tap water often contains a whole heap of chemicals and weird floaty bits like rust and iron from old pipes. This is a first world problem to be sure, but it is a problem, nonetheless. Maybe some of you out there like the taste of chlorine, and...
  • Emoto - Emotos Message
    The passing of a legend - Dr. Masaru Emoto, "the water doctor" dies
    Dr. Masaru Emoto, the world renowned "water doctor" who became better known through the film “What the Bleep Do We Know?” died peacefully this AM with his beloved wife by his side. The friendly and jovial Dr. Emoto was a...
  • Walk For Sudan 2014 logo
    2014 Walk For Sudan aims to bring water, basic services to a parched country
    The 2014 Walk For Sudan is taking place this Sunday in Southeast Denver, and they still need sponsors and volunteers. The event will begin at 1:00 at Campus Middle School near Bellevue and Union in Greenwood Village and will end in Cherry Creek...
  • Messenger image of ice at Prokofiev crater at Mercury’s North Pole
    NASA's Messenger probe images ice on Mercury
    NASA announced on Wednesday that the Messenger space probe, currently orbiting Mercury, has imaged ice on the closest planet to the sun. Scientists have known that shadowed craters at the poles have Mercury have harbored ice and even confirmed it...
  • Porterville water challenge  was a great success
    Porterville water challenge was a great success
    Our community came together on Saturday the 11th, of October, because of the Porterville water challenge to help those who are without water; which is estimated to be at around 10,000 families in Porterville, California and surrounding areas. It...
  • Why drink so much water
    Why drink so much water?
    As a whole, we are made up of 70% water. Water regulates every function in our bodies. Water flushes out waste and toxins. It also transports all the necessary nutrients we need to look and feel good. It flushes out impurities in the skin; when...
  • Apollo missions prove water on Moon had a solar origin
    Apollo missions prove water on Moon had a solar origin
    Moon rocks collected by the Apollo 11 through the Apollo 17 missions to the Moon have been analyzed with new and more sophisticated instruments. The results indicate that the water in Moon rocks has a solar wind origin. The study was conducted by...
  • Porterville, Ca, water running low, but more jobs
    Porterville, Ca, water running low, but more jobs
    With water wells running low, and many residents without water; approximately 7,000 families as of September 17, 2014; time seems to be running out. (Smith, Scott 2014). It is now estimated roughly 10,000 families are without potable water, so...
  • A bar of soap
    Surfactants cause little environmental harm, according to new report
    Science Daily reported yesterday on a massive report out of Aarhus University about the potential impact of commonly used surfactants on the environment. The report concluded that these commonly used chemicals pose little or no risk to the...
  • Aral Sea loses eastern lobe
    New NASA images show Aral Sea almost completely dry
    Once the fourth largest lake in the world, the Aral Sea in Central Asia has now all but disappeared. In the 1960s, when the lake was at its full capacity, the Soviet Union began diverting water from the lake to nearby lands in Turkmenistan,...
  • Santa Monica drought
    California drought shows no signs of stopping
    Here in Los Angeles, it has been fairly easy to overlook the large-scale impact of drought conditions on our state. Our fresh produce has had a few more bumps and bruises, and the fountains along the Third Street Promenade have been unusually dry,...
  • Sunset over Water
    Solar System’s Water is older than the Sun, indicates possibility of alien life
    Earth’s water, including what’s in your glass or morning shower, is older than the sun. According to a study published on Thursday by Science, much of the water on our planet was introduced from elsewhere in the galaxy and not formed,...
  • This is an illustration of water in our Solar System through time from before the Sun's birth through the creation of the planets.
    New study finds water predated stars
    Water from interstellar space existed as ice before the Earth’s Sun ever formed about 4.5 billion years ago and before any other stars existed. This is the conclusion drawn from an analysis of isotopic content of water contained in comets...
  • All the fun, none of the guilt: Cascade Ice Sparkling Water
    All the fun, none of the guilt: Cascade Ice Sparkling Water
    Almost to a person, none of us drink enough water . . . and it shows. Many of us are aging prematurely, we're gaining weight with sugary drinks, we're not functioning at peak. Maybe we even have other health issues that could all be helped...