Author Archives: Sarah

It’s ALIVE!!!

Happy New Year! A lot has been going on the past couple months, leading to a temporary hiatus from the blogosphere. But it’s a new year, and the world of water issues has been incredibly active, so we are back, … Continue reading

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Science (again) explains a biblical event?

Not everyone is convinced, though. There are obviously still questions to whether the event even happened. There are also suggestions that a lower sea level 3000 years ago would result in the described region already being void of water. Others just claim that this is a weak attempt to burst another miracle-bubble. Continue reading

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Arsenic on Tap

Ask anyone who’s attempted to home brew (successfully or not) and you will likely hear that making the perfect beer is part art and part science. Just the right mix of hops and malt, proper timing, a suitable temperature, and … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Jump right in: the water’s fine! Alright, I will make a concerted effort not to be so cheesy in the future, but the current atmosphere surrounding the world of water is pretty tense, so why not start off on the lighter side. … Continue reading

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