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Water without pollution
Why clean water matters:|
Humans need water, all life depends on water
Water and healthful longevity are directly connected.
An increased intake of healthy water supports your body and brain, provides many health benefits.
History proves that a healthy contaminant-free water supply has supported the healthiest, most vibrant, uprising civilizations.
There is the same amount of water on Earth as there was when the Earth was formed. The water from your faucet could contain molecules that dinosaurs drank. Water is composed of two elements, Hydrogen and Oxygen. 2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen = H2O.
Water expands by 9% when it freezes. Ice is lighter than water. When it is cold enough, water is floating in lakes and oceans.
Nearly 97% of the Earth's water is salty or otherwise undrinkable.
Another 2% is locked in ice caps and glaciers.
Only 1% of water for all of humanity's needs:
all its agricultural,
community, and personal needs.
Water regulates the Earth's temperature. It also regulates the temperature of the human body, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints, protects organs and tissues, and removes wastes.
75% of the human brain is water and 75% of a living tree is water.
A person can live about a month without food, but less than a week without water.
All Water on Earth is connected. What we pour on the ground ends up in our water, and what we spew into the sky ends up in our water.
All countries have a different average total home water use - culture and knowledge are some of the reasons.
Where will we go when our drinking water is not drinkable anymore?|
Water is essential for life on Earth!
Learn with us about the amazing qualities of water.
It is proven that healthy humans can only be born on a healthy Earth!
Water - aqua - Wasser|
all life on Earth exists because of water!
All about WATER
Water is really fantastic - every year scientists learn more about water
Water can taste sweet or like an acid - the pH shows differences
The definition of water, the water cycle - all things we need to understand
Water runs often in creeks and rivers. The areas left and right are called reparian zones
Rainwater harvesting helps humans and nature, saves money, reduces erosion
Water needs Energy and Energy production needs Water. water pumping, water transport, desalination, needs energy. Irrigation, lifestock, thermoelectric power production, coal to electricity, nuclear to electricity, all need a lot of water
The term salinity explains how much salt is in the water. Knowledge about salinity helps to understand why marine life needs special salinity levels, why it is different swimming in ocean habitats or in a natural lake
Hydrogen is one element of water. Its gas burns ultra violet, oxidizes with ozone to water
In North America they call it watershed, other countries call it water divide or drainage divide
Water conservation is cost-effective, environmentally sound to reduce water demand. Water conservation stretches supplies, protects lakes, rivers.
Our booklet about how to conserve water for young and old. Enjoy all the colored drawings for doing active water conservation
Animals and plants are abundant in water, the less pollution the more life. Environmental problems show their impact on the biodiversity of life in water.
E.Coli bacteria in the water can kill people!
Water pollution is a big environmental problem. Nature science explains why our drinking water supplies are at risk, our food source ocean is in danger, out door activities are reduced by contaminated water in lakes, rivers + oceans by oil from tankers, oil spills.
Contaminated water can harm humans, animals. Knowledge about the ingredient of water secures life
Seas + oceans are essential for life on Earth! Earth oceans stabilize climate, humans need oceans food, oceans for water supply, ocean evaporation fills water aquifers, creeks, rivers.
There are many oceans currents, as gulf stream, Humboldt current, all essential for life on Earth - Earth's climate needs oceans currents, warm, cold clean water streams in Earth oceans provide humans with food.
Rainbows are sunlight refracted by raindrops. Physics, optics science classes explain why humans see rainbows
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation has a great mission:|
Information + Education for all who are interested in knowledge.
Marianne Bonenberger director of education
Peter Bonenberger president Bear Springs Blossom
are offering this knowledge online and with lectures.
BSB is an international charitable nonprofit-Organization 501(c)(3)
Think about and see how wonderful our Earth was created..
Learn to understand = having a better life!
More humans on Earth require more
Work with us to implement systems that are NOT taking away quality of life, or survival from future generations!
It would be so easy:
When we duplicate the success of Earth's natural ecosystems we can secure the future of humans on Earth!
We care for humans, so we need to care for our water! |
We express this task with our motto Keep Earth beautiful
Learn about the wonders of Earth!
Albert Einstein once said:
"We still do not know one thousandth of one percent of what nature has revealed to us."
Hear and feel the wonders of Earth
Better in-depth knowledge helps us preserve |
and not to destroy Earth - as we know it -
A good environmental education helps us to understand
and to deal with coming changes + challenges.
Contact BSB - learn to understand!
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