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Today on "It's My House" we shall talk about one of the most valuable assets within your "household" that most people usually never recognize. It is the untapped equity in your home and it is know as your "Water Assets".
We shall help you recognize your "water assets" and then show U how to unlock this source of "household equity" and turn it into cashflow.
We shall also discuss the concept of "weaponized water"............once U grasp this concept U should have no problem cutting ties with the local water company.
If you want to find out how to LEGALLY never pay for water again listen to this podcast.
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AUTHOR JUSTIN MUCHNICK has just graduated and knows the score
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the "Detroit Water Wars".
Recently in the city of Detroit, Michigan around 45,000 residents were threathened with the possible shut off of their municipal supply. Many of these residents who were in scramble mode got themselves organized to prevent a massive shut off. So far it looks like they have won round one, however the fight is not over yet.
Today we shall discuss how things got to the point of the possiblity that water would be shut off and what local citizens did to private that from happening.
During our discussion we shall also discuss the topics of "weaponized banking", "weaponized water", Water PAC's.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall focus on a complete week on the topic of "sustainabilty", going off the grid, and renewable energy.
We shall discuss how you can eliminate your monthly household energy expenses, which includes your water, electric, and heating bills. Included in this discussion we shall introduce people concept of "Weaponized Water", which we consider public enemy number 1.
We shall also discuss the value of (individual) "Privitized Household Energy"
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Hosts Billie Fidlin and Russ Letica are joined by our guests Sootahkii Calling Last, an enrolled member of the Blackfoot Confederacy her studies include Environmental Science Water Resources at the University of Montana, her current research includes studying the indigenous relationships with water and water contaminant clean-up methods. Brian Stuart, is a Natural Resource Technician at Maliseet Nation Conservation Council. The discussion is on environmental issues facing Indian Country, amid a host of other topics.
Water is all around us and we think we know all about it but we are wrong. Water has many mysteries still surrounding it. Further, recent science has determined that water exists in a 4th state inside the human body. A state we had no idea existed with a previously unknown chemical composition. In fact, there might be MANY unknown states and compositions.
To discuss ths we have Gerald Pollack. Dr. Pollack received his PhD in biomedical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1968. He then joined the University of Washington faculty and is now professor of Bioengineering. He is also Founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal, WATER, and convener of the Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water.
His interests have ranged broadly, from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. His 1990 book, Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion, won an “Excellence Award” from the Society for Technical Communication. His 2001 book, Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life, and his newest book, The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor won that Society’s “Distinguished Award,” their highest distinction. The latter book went on to receive the World Summit Excellence Award.
Tonights episode we will try and answer some water storage and purification issues. Also the issue of getting your spouse and kids in on the act of prepping. We also will be talking about wheat and bread-how much makes how much? Pandemic survival a quick over view.
Join Charlotte View for an exclusive, interview with scriptwritter and crew members of critically acclaimed, award-winning movie "Moving Mountains," based on the true story of Patricia Bragg, who grew up in Mooresville, NC. The movie tells the story of Trish Bragg of Pie, WV in Mingo County, as she and her friends struggled for safe drinking water after a deep mine destroyed their wells. A story of faith, hope and perseverance that will stay with you long after the movie ends. Based on the book, "Moving Mountains," written by Penny Loeb. This film-festival favorite is being shown at AmStar 14 in Mooresville, NC on October 6th 2014
In 1994, Trish Bragg was a coal miner's wife, struggling to get by. Then a vast deep mine destroyed her neighbors' water wells. Guided by her strong faith, she and her friends stood up to a billion-dollar coal company and government bureaucracy. This movie is the struggle of a people, desperately battling to keep their way of life , their lands, and their families and homes intact. A group of citizens battle to change a mind set that has remained in Appalachia for many years. “One simply does not fight the coal mining company". These companies are powerful entities with finances, machinery, and backing of our government; but fight back we did! In the end, they made history.
During this interview, Penny Loeb, T Paige Dalporto, Paul C Brown, Austin Jetton and Patricia Bragg will talk about their journey of discovery, lucky breaks, frustrating obstacles, collaboration, fear of failure, etc
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Penny Loeb) email@example.com (Patricia Bragg)
We will look in the Bible to see what it says about water baptism. What does it mean when you are baptised. Is baptism for infants? Should you be totally immerced or just sprinkled? Is Baptism a means of salvation. Should you be baptised for someone who is deceased? There are many other questions about water baptism, and we will cover as many as time allots.
Interview with Gregory Hagans, candidate for Eastern Municipal Water District Board of Directors.
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