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We all know that water is essential to life–and the Museum of Natural History in New York is celebrating that fact with their exhibit, H2O = Life. 

From the physical properties of water, to waterworks, to contamination and regeneration . . . the exhibit explores every aspect of water.  And the ways we mistreat this critical resource. 

Science on a Sphere projects actual moving images of the Earth from space onto a six-foot-diameter globe

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to see the exhibit.  But just reading through the website is an education in itself.  H2O = Life is in New York at the American Museum of Natural History until May 26.  I understand through the Water Environment Federation that the exhibit will be traveling to various parts of the country, so keep an eye out for it.


Welcome to Logical Ecology.  I’m not the Skeptical Environmentalist like Bjorn Lomborg, though I’m currently reading his book, Cool It  The Skeptical Environmentalist’s Guide to Global Warming.  But I do believe we should use logic in our efforts to “save the earth.”  I’ve been in the water industry for over half my life, so that will be my focus.  But I might have something to say about related environmental issues.

I’d like to hear your opinions, ideas, and information also. 

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