Tag Archives: water

IONTW – July 23, 2017

For consideration in the “would you rather be a zebra or giraffe?” question – we have stripes! The swirl of cells as we grow is a really amazing thing to try to visualize. And then there’s practical visualization you might call … Continue reading

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IONTW – May 28, 2017

Calves aren’t just a thing with cyclists. Or maybe not. Earth water tank! After all, what else would you paint a sphere? And, did you turn a faucet today and have clean, drinkable water come out? What so many of … Continue reading

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IONTW – February 19, 2017

Day of Remembrance – 75th anniversary of issuance of Executive Order 9066. So. Much. Water. At peak, Oroville dam was releasing 100,000 CFS down the spillway to try to reduce the reservoir level. That works out to 64,627 MGD. If … Continue reading

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This Fountain

THIS FOUNTAIN ERECTED BY THE METROPOLITAN DRINKING FOUNTAIN AND CATTLE TROUGH ASSOCIATION WAS THE GIFT OF SIR COWASJEE JEHANGIR (COMPANION OF THE STAR OF INDIA) A WEALTHY PARSEE GENTLEMAN OF BOMBAY AS A TOKEN OF GRATITUDE TO THE PEOPLE OF … Continue reading

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IONTW – October 30, 2016

Just in time for Halloween – do you know jack? ohand not Halloween, but ohmygoodness COSTUMES! and again media on my mind – last week there were the newspaper animals, now, amazingthings done with salt. if you’ve ever noticed a … Continue reading

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tanks and big pipe

Water delivery infrastructure. It follows me, even on vacation.

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water water everywhere

My work is generally interesting and enjoyable, but, fortunately, for the most part, it doesn’t come home with me. However, it has changed how I look at the world. I see things related to water supply that I never used … Continue reading

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