What is the todays article about – well, now that the rainy season finally started we can see today’s topic nearly every day. Some could see them on the walkway to their houses, others will find them the bigger and smaller roads – but mostly you can see them in their natural location. Rivers and lakes – they vary in shape, size, volume and water quality. To be scientifically correct, you would have to define them by different standards, for example a very small river is a creek or a stream. Furthermore, you can define the different types by water quality and quantity. The same has to be done with the lakes as well, but in this article I do not want to go deeper into the definitions, I am just referring to these different types as land-based surface water.… Read More
What’s up with the dolphin and what is the Balinese Water Story, read more below the picture…
Selamat Pagi or Good morning,
Today’s article is about the source that is and will be ruling the world’s surface, the ocean. … Read More
What is the source of all life on earth?
It is water and energy from the sun that makes living on our beautiful blue and green planet earth possible.
Imagine you are living or visiting a magnificent island like Bali and you can imagine how it was created over time. Looking at the beautiful beaches or the amazing reefs surrounding Bali you might come to the conclusion that you just have stepped into paradise, and it is water that played the most significant role in its creation.
However, you can see the black clouds, coming at you from the edge of the horizon, with danger written on them.… Read More
This is the view we saw along the rice field’s “subak”, or irrigation, when we went to the aquaponic farm in Ubud. The beautiful rice fields view on our left and right was disturbed by plastic waste which was flowing and stuck in the water stream.… Read More
The worldwide consumption of oil is almost at 100 MILLION barrels per day, thats 15.9 billion litres of oil per day. 4% is used for Plastic Production which equals around 636 million litres per day or 250 olympic size swimming pools. Recycling plastic and turning it back to oil is a simple process and there’s 600 million dollars a day out there if you want to do it.. or we could just keep wasting it and use the earth as rubbish dump until we are all swimming in it.. oh that’s right we’re already swimming in it.… Read More