Tag Archives: Water

Structured Water Science

Think of a water’s liquid crystal like a perfectly orchestrated “school of molecular fish”. It has molecules, or groups of hydrogen and oxygen, that are arranged in ordered, repeating, geometric patterns – just like a solid crystal such as ruby, quartz, or diamond.

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Ex-Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder And 8 Others Criminally Charged In Flint Water Crisis

The Michigan Attorney General’s Office Thursday announced criminal charges for eight former state officials, including the state’s former Gov. Rick Snyder, along with one current official, for their alleged roles in the Flint water crisis.

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Ice Mining in Lunar Permanently Shadowed Regions

Ice Mining in Lunar Permanently Shadowed Regions

The Colorado School of Mines has developed a system architecture for a lunar permanently shadowed region (PSR) mining operation to extract and process water ice into liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen propellant. The availability of space-sourced propellants dramatically lowers the cost of space transportation beyond low Earth orbit, enabling the development of a robust commercial economy in cislunar space. A key component

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