Water Wednesday Vol 1.

So we’ve got something about music, something about projects, something about food, it’s only right that we bring my number one love into mix. After all, Wednesday is a day all about love.

Water.

What is it?

water |ˈwôtər; ˈwä-|
noun

1 a colorless, transparent, odorless, tasteless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms.

• this as supplied to houses or commercial establishments through pipes and taps : each bedroom has a washbasin with hot and cold water | [as adj. ] water pipes.

• one of the four elements in ancient and medieval philosophy and in astrology (considered essential to the nature of the signs Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces) : [as adj. ] a water sign.

• (usu. the waters) the water of a mineral spring, typically as used medicinally for bathing in or drinking : resorts where southerners came to take the waters.

• [with adj. ] a solution of a specified substance in water : ammonia water.

• urine : drinking alcohol will make you need to pass water more often.

• ( waters) the amniotic fluid surrounding a fetus in the womb, esp. as discharged in a flow shortly before birth : I think my waters have broken.

It’s all of the above obviously! However more importantly, it’s the most valuable substance on Earth. People may disagree with me, but most people are stupid too.

There’s nothing that we can do without it and unfortunately, it’s not the most renewable of resources. This little column will touch on all aspects of blue gold but will most likely focus on where water comes from, the most common uses, why it’s important, ways to conserve it, ways to protect it and why it’s important to study it!

Stick along with me, I promise it’ll be worth your while.