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Vortex Generators for Sustainable Agriculture Webinar

Vortex Generators for Sustainable Agriculture Webinar
I’ve been quiet lately, but busy. Reading more than writing, shooting video, and getting some of the bugs out of this site, which sometimes ran VERY SLOW. More functions, plugins, and large images files (I should know better) may have had something to do with it. I also realized that my original WordPress site would likely still be there, although perhaps in... Read More

Modern Day Mystic Show Tonight

Modern Day Mystic Show Tonight
I’m looking forward to talking water, consciousness, and change with Peter Schenk and his co-host Donna Whittington, of Modern Day Mystic at 8pm (Eastern) tonight. If you can, tune in and join in. He’s doing some amazing things with water too, that I’m eager to learn about. Follow the link, or visit the Modern Day Mystic YouTube Channel to access the LIVE... Read More

Time to Say “Good-bye” to Germ Theory

Time to Say “Good-bye” to Germ Theory
I received a call the other day from a man, we’ll call him Jacob, whose organization sells our vortex generators for water enrichment (under its own name) to farms on the East Coast. He sold a unit to an organic dairy farmer, who we’ll call Paul. After a number of months, Jacob wasn’t getting any love, referrals, or new business, from Paul. Instead, Paul... Read More

A Day of Reckoning; A Cry for Help

A Day of Reckoning; A Cry for Help
Today is one of those “zero” days in my life; a reset day, where we cross the event horizon that marks change. Sometimes we know it when it’s happening. Other times, we don’t. Today I know. What I don’t know is how it turns out. In previous posts I have sounded mild alarms, due to a shortfall of money. It’s personal and business... Read More

Talking Water with Dr. Wil Spencer

Talking Water with Dr. Wil Spencer
It’s becoming a habit we both enjoy. Wednesday, May 18 (2pm-4pm EST) will be my third visit with Dr. Wil Spencer, The Body Electrician and Chief Environot, on his radio program, An Alternate Perspective (www.freedomslips.com Studio A). This time we’ll discuss water, that ubiquitous substance that not only makes all life possible, but both health and disease. [Update 5/27/2016 ~ Here it... Read More

Prince: Respects yes, but there’s other stuff we need to look at.

Prince: Respects yes, but there’s other stuff we need to look at.
As news of Prince’s sudden death came in and has filtered throughout the world, my mind was elsewhere. “Sudden deaths” of high-profile people tend to serve as effective distractions to overshadow other issues that warrant our attention. This is not to minimize the shock and sadness that some people will feel for not being able to enjoy more from this talented... Read More

The Ascendency of Balance

The Ascendency of Balance
I have just returned home from a crisscross country trip that covered 6,250 miles in 14 days. The “crisscross” comes from the fact that I began by heading west toward California, and returned home from the east. My destination was the Treasure Coast of Florida to deliver and install the largest vortex generator that we’ve made to date ~ for a 12″... Read More

Now Don't Go Calling this My 'Water Ministry'

Now Don't Go Calling this My 'Water Ministry'
It’s great to be back home, even though I’m already thinking of other places to go. The first week back from a trip that covered 4,500 miles in a little over 2 weeks, my movement would best be described as “gingerly,” since I took a fall at pretty high speed on an ATV at Oceano Dunes, just south of Pismo Beach, California. After exhibiting... Read More

Fund Raising Fun

Fund Raising Fun
My desire and need to raise money in order to attend Daniel Smith’s trial vs the DoJ (FDA) in Spokane has kindled actions that, for me, have been long overdue. Instead of the standard, “please send me money” routine (although it will always be appreciated), I have something that I feel is of value to send you in exchange. Read More

European Adventure: France and Spain

European Adventure: France and Spain
PUERTO DE NAVACERRADA, SPAIN ~ My European adventure continues at a breakneck pace. I started yesterday morning in Pombriego, Spain, spent the afternoon in Santiago, and ended the day in this mountain hamlet north of Madrid. With my Photonic Water Systems European distributor doing his best Fernando Alonso impression, we have traveled over 1,000 miles through the south of France and back to Spain over... Read More

A European Adventure Preview

A European Adventure Preview
A few hours from now I’ll be on a plane heading East on what I expect to be an amazing and wonderful trip. With all the tension in the Middle East, the Ukraine, and other parts of the world, expecting anything that would or could be described as “amazing” and “wonderful,” seems beyond belief. However, the evidence suggests that’s intentional. London First... Read More

Milestones on the Road of Life

Milestones on the Road of Life
This stretch of I-10 heading west toward Los Angeles gives you some indication of my recent whereabouts, and actually, my planned whereabouts too, as in a couple of days I’ll make a return, but it’s the whatabouts that are of the greatest interest. The original plan was to attend my No. 1 grandson Tyler’s high school graduation, but that didn’t... Read More

A New View of, and Relationship with Water

A New View of, and Relationship with Water
This is a view of the Rio Grande Gorge from the bridge just outside of Taos, New Mexico, a most enchanting town in the Land of Enchantment where I’ve been for the past few days. I experienced, and thoroughly enjoyed an appetizer of fried green chili’s at the famous El Pinto Restaurant. The rest of the meal was wonderful too. Read More

New Ocean of Information on Water

New Ocean of Information on Water
It is with great pleasure that I report the publication of an article that I contributed to about the Rainmaker H2O technology and its potential impact on California’s water politics and crisis, in Science to Sage e-Zine. The implications in farming and ranch applications, which are major consumers of fresh water, are huge. This is the thirtieth edition of the... Read More

An Orchestrated ‘Drought’ of Self-Awareness

An Orchestrated ‘Drought’ of Self-Awareness
I love California. It is one beautiful, often congested, hectic place, but I’m happy to be home, to a different kind of beauty and hecticness. I returned with bronchial congestion that I didn’t leave home with. I suspect it is something that the atmosphere has been spiced up with. Not to worry, I have some “natural helpers” that are already... Read More

Say Hello to “the Stupor Bowl”

Say Hello to “the Stupor Bowl”
It’s Stupor Bowl Sunday… wait; did I call it “Stupor Bowl”? Oh, I mean Super Bowl Sunday, the forty-eighth time the “big game” has been staged. I’m sorry if I sound a bit cynical, although it is definitely intentional. However, the cynicism isn’t directed specifically at the football game being held today in New Jersey, which I will watch. It... Read More

Oh My God! And Other Thoughts About Water

Oh My God! And Other Thoughts About Water
MOORHEAD, MN – I’ve covered quite a bit a ground in the past several weeks, with much more to go before I return home. Today I’ll arrive in the town of Ramsey, near Minneapolis, where I’ll spend time with the company that makes the water transformation product we have dubbed, the Rainmaker. A couple of days ago I spent an... Read More