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The Ultra Ozone Solution to California’s Water Woes
Love that dirty water
Farmers should never use fresh water for farming in the state of California. All fresh water, even fresh water from wells should be reserved for human consumption. Only human waste water should be used for irrigation, farming and farm animals.
Nuke it from orbit
Hit that human waste water with ultraviolet light, ultrasounds, microwaves, ozone, osmotic filtration, and diffusion technologies. After that phalanx of high tech water purification the water will definitely be clean enough for cows and artichokes. If it works for astronauts in space it will definitely work for avocados on earth.
Drinkable waste water
The penultimate goal is for human waste effluent to be recycled and fed back to humans as clean, crystal clear and waste free water when this filtration technology is perfected.
The ultimate goal is to pass even polluted sea water through this self same filtration technology and to have clean, pollution free, safely human drinkable water as the result.
We should also try crowd sourcing water filtration technology. There should be a competition with prizes that would pit every university student in California against each other in the struggle to find a cheap, reliable mass filtration technology that could filter billions of gallons of water per day. Given that they are college students you know some of them would get on YouTube with dirty sweat socks, clean underwear, used nylons, diatomaceous earth, tampons, charcoal, crushed charcoal and thousands if not millions of things no one has ever thought to use as a water filter. With that much messing around, someone is bound to try something no ever thought of that would work fabulously. For instance, how about all the used coffee grounds in California, sun roasted for a week, and then used as filtration material.
It’s too bad that we can't enlist all those foreign criminals that Barack Hussein Obama insists on giving tax refunds to into this enterprise. Hmmm, or can we? Anyone from a foreign country has done things with materials we never thought of. Given that there are millions of them and ICE has to interview all of them anyway, why not ask each and every one: I am thirsty, I have two pitchers. One is empty. The second is full of filthy dirty water. What can I do to make the water clean enough to drink? Anything that you can think of with the exception of more water is acceptable as a solution. Let’s see what they come up with.
We must not forget the obvious methods of water purification. Nuclear Desalination of sea water. Solar electricity powered desalination of sea water. Running dirty water through successively finer cheese cloths. Massive solar evaporators. Devices that precipitate water vapor from the air.
One day someone will place huge osmotic filters out into the ocean and we will get clean water via the action of waves.
Water filtration powered by wind mills.
Bio energy water. In other words, let plants and bacteria purify the water for us. Some sewer plants have settling ponds and even weed or fish filled ponds for the purpose of partially filtering some pollutants out of the water.
We also have to try nature's way of cleaning water. Force as much water as possible through as much dirt, diatomaceous earth and crushed charcoal as possible.
Conservation and rationing
Hell no we won’t go! That’s no fun. I want to be able to do everything I want to do whenever I want to do with no consequences. Yeah me!