Just checked out the town of Haines in Alaska where the movie “Grounded” was made. I had predicted that the low deuterium town supply places for water would be in North-West Russia, some places where there was mountain meltwater supply, Far Western Canada or Far Eastern Alaska.
When you look at the map where Haines Alaska is, you would have thought it was Far Western Canada. But the border with the US has a funny shape down the bottom, and so Haines is included in Alaska.
If you look at where Haines is on the map, we would expect it to be a place where the tap water is deuterium depleted. Plus its a place where grounding and a lot of exposure to sunlight would be rare. So when grounding showed up in town it would have been like a miracle. Because we want to be reduced in an oxidising environment and low deuterium in a high deuterium environment. We in Australia for example cannot get low deuterium by accident. But we naturally go swimming in the ocean and sometimes walk around barefoot. So deuterium depletion would lead to miracle cures in Australia, whereas grounding would lead to these miracle cures in far West Canada, East Alaska and North Russia …. All expected to be low deuterium areas. They would do well to have three X two-week holidays in Bali a year, to get a lot of sunlight as well. Then they would be nicely ticking along.
In Haines being grounded led to a paraplegic being cured. Don’t expect anything quite so miraculous like that happening in Australia through grounding alone. But bring intelligent use of sunlight, obsessive grounding, and deuterium depletion together and I think we will see this sort of thing in Australia that happened in Haines in the documentary.
But in the distant past who naturally had good sunlight? deuterium depletion, and grounding, while being ignorant of the benefits of most of the above?
Only mountain people. Only mountain people in places like the Himalayas and the Caucasus mountains. They get as much sunlight as they want, deuterium depleted water to drink, deuterium depleted food to eat, and they breath either dry air or air that has deuterium depleted water vapour in it.
Mountain people in the past, without ever needing to know the importance of being grounded would have ground themselves all the time as they attend to their steep mountainside gardens.
So it was mountain people ONLY that had all three of these benefits on the fly without really trying. Stories of their extreme long life, even exceeding 120 years ought not be rubbished out of hand.
We can emulate these old-time mountain peoples longevity. We can do better.
These IBC’s cost about $400AUD. One could do worse than trying to import tap water from Far North Russia/West Canada/East Alaska …. Or where-ever your testing equipment tells you is the lowest deuterium tap water you can find. You can get more clever IBC’s where you can detach the lid and take it off. So you might improve matters and shovel snow into them at the highest altitude you can get to. But thats harder. Its easier to pay someone to fill it up using a garden hose and the freight-forwarder come back after a lunch break or something to pick it up. The people in Far North Russia need more holidays in Far North Queensland and Bali. But we need their water if it tests deuterium depleted and comes straight from the tap
Philosophically I am more in favour of permaculture than aeroponics. But aeroponics can use 95% less water than normal gardening. And so the potential exists to grow food using tap water that you imported from some place like North Russia. You could start growing sprouts for yourself. Expand to feed a couple of house goats that you could be milking. Expand further to grow food for the chickens. Then expand to make a small business out of this sort of thing Everything you grow could be deuterium depleted. Do what this lady is doing, but just with lower deuterium water.