In addition to the extensive resources available on the Primary Water Institute website, please click on the following to access documents prepared by Primary Water Technologies in furtherance of ending water scarcity in our time:
Lake Elsinore, California: Lake Island Wells
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Primary Water Technologies was invited to present at The Twelfth Annual Water Conference held October 26-29, 2017 in Sofia, Bulgaria. This is the premier gathering of leading scientists in the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water co-founded by Dr. Gerald H. Pollack of the University of Washington and author of The Fourth Phase of Water. Below is the 28-minute PWT presentation.
Primary Water Technologies believes wholeheartedly that there should be open and active debate between Uniformitarianism (aka the Doctrine of Uniformity) and Catastrophism (aka Young Earth Geology). In fact, modern geology now admits that there are aspects of both that must be considered by the earth sciences. Young earth geology can be presented and discussed independent of creationism and theology. The most comprehensive presentation of young earth geology is now available in Volume I of the Universal Model by Dean Sessions and edited by Russell Barlow. PWT CEO had the opportunity to meet Dean at the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show to discuss the concept of Primary Water in the context of the science presented in the UM. This is indeed a Hydroplanet as the evidence from many disciplines of the earth sciences and applied geo-hydrology continue to prove with an ever-growing body of scientific evidence!
PWT and the UM made a joint presentation in front of Utah water authorities and the public in advance of the Cedar City Water Board meeting on July 12, 2018. Click on this link to view the video file via DropBox:
"Besides rain, there is another kind of water by which the interior of the earth is soaked, so that being heated it can continually give off halitus [water vapor], from which arises a great and abundant flow of waters."
- De Re Metallica (1556)