This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic Water.
Across the globe, the privatisation of public goods pours billions into the coffers of big business. In the case of water - that vital, basic resource - consequences such as raised prices and reduced quality are particularly drastic. As you might expect, opposition is strong - and effective. Article excerpt not available online
Constantly increasing levels of wireless communication are damaging the internal structure of water and breaking it apart, worsening droughts and accelerating climate change. Article excerpt not available online
Driving and heating, nonpolluting incineration or welding - all using water? It sounds like a story from the Thousand and One Nights, but it's reality: Brown gas (HHO) makes it possible! Article excerpt not available online
Over 75 years ago, one man showed us how to purify water naturally and how to harness its colossal power. If we were to follow Viktor Schauberger's teachings today, pure and healthy water would be within our reach, as well as the ability to produce almost limitless amounts of energy from plain water and air - for next to nothing. Read more...
Water is able to store energetic information in its molecular chains. It creates an orderly structure which matches that of a crystal. We need this "order" from water to stay alive. If the order is lost, a vortex can be used to restore it. Article excerpt not available online
Spiritual teachings tell us that the element Water is bound to our emotions, to our soul. He who learns to control his emotions receives the mystical baptism - and should then serve selflessly, just as Water does. Article excerpt not available online
Pioneering student of nature Viktor Schauberger was one of the most significant personalities of the last century, yet received no laurels in his own lifetime. Today, more than 50 years after his death, his findings are being put into practice with increasing success—particularly in watercourses. Read more...
Water and music have a much closer bond than previously thought. Read here about musical jellyfish, and what singing whales are doing for the benefit of Earth. Read more...
Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has succeeded in making the quality of water visible: he freezes it and then photographs the water crystals. His discoveries should set us thinking: water reacts immediately and sensitively to every message that it receives-manifesting ugliness or heavenly beauty depending on what man impresses upon it. Article excerpt not available online