#22 Jun 14, 2014
The real farms that are left here use UNTREATED UNCHLORINATED water from canals. WE are using chlorinated tap water with a ph of 7.8 that can NEVER produce the kind of healthy plant growth you see on the farms using untreated water. PLANTS LIKE PH 6.8 TO 5.5 - slightly to moderately acidic. Real rain water is slightly acidic as well. and has always been so. Mild carbonic acid is infused into rainwater from the natural co2 in the atmosphere. This gently acidic, living water causes minerals and essential metals to be highly reactive and therefore readily and rapidly available to plant roots.
NOTHING ELSE is as important as this:
WATER, FOOD ,LIFE, ABUNDANCE, PROSPERITY, COMPASSION, CONTENTMENT, JOY, JUSTICE, MORE JOY!
may you all hit your jackpots in life!
#23 Jun 14, 2014
3-5 drops of fresh lime juice per gallon of tap water gets rid of chlorine and ammonia and adjusts ph just right, toss the used lime in the garden, enjoy!
#25 Jun 15, 2014
You're not that lucky Max - spread more joy!
#26 Jun 15, 2014
they'll pull That second entry , I hope
#27 Jun 15, 2014
San Diego, CA
There's a lot more to this "dirty water" issue than just dirty pipes.
Hemet's wellwater was abundant and pure at shallow depth until
MWD bored a hole under Mt San Jacinto to pipe in Colorado River
water, instead of sensibly routing their canal around this mountain.
Why did this quasi-public agency go to all that trouble?
The tunnel was not properly lined with concrete so 10 billion +-
gallons of pure rainwater from snowmelt leaks into it yearly through
fractured rock. This dilutes the salty river water enough to meet federal
quality standards. Hemet's prominent citizen Clayton Record was a
major recipient of public wealth for his part in this scheme, and the
Soboba tribe sued MWD for its theft of 'their' water so we all pay it for
the pure water that would otherwise be free to Hemet residents.
This reminds us that MWD managers are not paid to just smile pretty
for news cameras. They are chosen by California's best criminal minds
for their ability to keep editors/voters so badly informed and intimidated
by fear of water/energy shortage that they can't think straight.
That ability has been demonstrated perfectly in San Diego County
where several generations of politicians have been fooled-coerced-
bribed into not storing rain, so that importing water seems justified.
The original classic "Chinatown" movie illuminated this simple game.
Throw away so much rainfall that importation seems necessary. "
#28 Jun 16, 2014
Actually now most of hemet's water come's from ground water wells which EMWD re-plenishes the groud water levels from the colorado river,Skinner, And DMG resivore feeds the San Diego Basin. http://www.water.ca.gov/urbanwatermanagement/...
#30 Jun 16, 2014
#31 Jun 16, 2014
Here's another little known Fact that not too many people know About Negative Ion Treatment. http://www.breathofsalt.com/posnegions.htm
#32 Jun 16, 2014
There's been experimentation with plant growth in just such ionized atmosphere. The plants REALLY like the negative charge in the ground. Experimentation involved reversing the charge between atmosphere and ground with the passage of day and night. Supposedly even drove critters away. Water diamond crystal clear sparkling in shaft of sun piercing deep green garden glens
#33 Jun 16, 2014
God bless you sweet prince.
That web address is going to many places.
#34 Jun 25, 2014
Keep an eye on our second amendment.//inspira.un.org/psc /UNCAREERS/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/UN_ CUSTOMIZATIONS.UN_JOB_DETAIL.G BL?Page=UN_JOB_DETAIL&Acti on=A&JobOpeningId=34627 &
#35 Jun 25, 2014
http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/issues/ddr.... Maybe this link is better.
#36 Jun 26, 2014
The citizens of Hemet, get water from Lake Hemet Water Dist.,
City of Hemet, and EMWD. They buy water from multiple places, including Metropolitan Water. As far as some of the farming families selling out and moving on, many families did this, all cross the U.S, not just this Valley. They were at the mercy of bad weather, long hours (sun up to sun down) never being able to be sick, take time off, no health ins, and high property taxes. Hemet was basically desert--check old photos of this valley before development. So to lay this at the feet of one municipality is short sited.
#37 Jun 30, 2014
The establishment of lake hemet, happened shortly after the early migrants settled here, This town was established on farming.And yes,many families sold out all across the country,But to say bureaucracy of a municipality had nothing to do with it is absurd.
#38 Jun 30, 2014
just got a water quality report from the city of hemet(Which tells you most of the water comes from wells, with SOME being purchased from Emwd.But Wow, If Anyone else got the same thing mailed to them Look at the Barium Levels! Barium Is In-Organic And for levels to be that high is Very Questionable.
#39 Jul 22, 2014
still a great town compared to the big cities. love it or leave it
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