A crash course in changing the world.
watercyclingWatercycling is the achievement of putting water first. It catalyses the unification of humanity, services everyone on the planet with potable water, and purifies intent.The water cycle is not restricted by political borders. Water abuses the notion of ownership. Pollution can be carried by clouds as acid rain, salinated irrigation water can be carried by rivers into neighbouring countries, a rise in the water-level because of ice-cap melt will effect port-cities globally, alterations in weather patterns threaten established farming practice. Ensuring water-tight practice is the route towards unifying social differences and producing a sustainable, global economy. It is the essential resource about which humanity needs to be pro-active and preventative before it becomes irrevocably problematic.Every human being on the planet should have access to potable water. The prudent use of water in drought-sensitive areas, the relocation of people to natural, replenishable water sources, and efficient hydro-agriculture, are within current civil engineering capacities. Ensuring a drinkable water supply is arguably the greatest preventative health measure (cf Preventative Action).Watercycling is the local action of drinking water straight rather than any other form of dilution. This has direct impact on the production of alcohol, coffee and tea companies, and constitutes an assault on soft-drinks companies, if enough subjectivities act together (cf THS). The benefits to the individual is to purify the system, reducing dependency on caffeine, alcohol, and sugar. National economies hit by the action have an opportunity to restructure its agricultural policies to provide for local markets, in some cases alleviating the risk of famines.