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Why Should We Have a WaterSeer or WaterSeer WaterGrid?

Why Should We Have a WaterSeer or WaterSeer WaterGrid?

In the last few blogs, were an education on water, the expanding water shortage, and the opportunities for a sustainable solution for water abundance, security and independence for everyone. Blog post #6 will call on earlier blogs for evidence and background. If you get a little lost, no worries. We wrote the first set of blogs to give you the background you would need to get started on the next phase; why you should get a WaterSeer configuration of your own.

How Hard is it to Get Water From the Air?

How Hard is it to Get Water From the Air?

In the last few blogs, we learned we are running out of water and climate change is making it worse. We also learned almost 100% of the water we use is polluted and no one has water security and independence. We learned there is more than enough for everyone replenished every day untapped, unowned, and unused, in the air around us.

SO WHERE IS ALL THIS WATER IN THE AIR? 

SO WHERE IS ALL THIS WATER IN THE AIR? 

Worldwide Relative Humidity. Well the first answer is it never stays in one place.  It moves from oceans to the air, from aquifers to the surface, and moves constantly whenever and wherever the wind blows, literally.  It moves seasonally, following the warmer weather back and forth across the equator.  And it moves in multi-year phases, such as the Pacific Ocean El Nino cycle.

WHERE IS ALL THE WATER?

WHERE IS ALL THE WATER?

Pretty much everywhere! Hydrogen is the most common chemical element in the Universe, Oxygen is close behind, and they love to get together in H2O threesomes. Closer to home, there is an ocean of water under the ice on the moons of Saturn. In fact, there is so much water, that NASA is planning a mission to go there and look for life. And speaking of life, more water and water-based molecules have just been found on Mars, and on the Moon there’s far more water than anyone expected.

California Water Independence

California Water Independence

Most of the water used in California comes from either an unreliable mountain snowpack, or from underground aquifers that are being depleted faster than they can be replenished. WaterSeer uncertain water future for the Golden State. If you live in California, take your future into your hand and buy a WaterSeer today!

National Teacher Appreciation Week

National Teacher Appreciation Week

In case you were wondering, this week is National Teacher Appreciation Week and our WaterSeer team would like to take a moment to thank teachers across the country for their impact on our education. They do so much more than instruct, teachers are caring professionals who connect with students and strive to unlock their potential. In fact, last Thursday we met a special person that truly influences her students to think far beyond the boundaries of the classroom.