We have some new images for you, courtesy of our dear South Spanish research and a colleague here in the UK
(see our first article here: https://www.notonthebeeb.co.uk/post/bottled-water )
Like before, both sets of images feature particles found in bottled water sold under different names within each country, yet are distributed by the same conglomerate.
According to the conglomerate, the water sold in Spain is derived from a Spanish spring, whilst the UK version is derived from a UK source.
The particles found within both are similar.
The two researchers are both professionals within their respective scientific fields. Both were analysing under home conditions, so not within labs.
They used different microscopes, hence the two styles of the images.
Meanwhile, if you're intrigued to the brands, I'd guess someone in the comments below will figure out the conglomerate and make it clear for everyone.
IMAGES COURTESY OF THE SOUTH SPANISH RESEARCHER
- Particles found in the water sold in Spain by the conglomerate.
IMAGES COURTESY OF THE BRITISH RESEARCHER
- Particles found in a popular bottled water sold in the UK by the same conglomerate
To make sense of these images please see our previous reports.
Dr Campra's Almeria Paper
he found what appears to be Graphene Oxide in vaccine samples
The Scientists club merged findings from multiple sources
Our previous article breaking the bottled water story.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the microscope funding!
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HOW TO GET CLEAN WATER
The best water is spring water direct from a natural source.
This water is not only clean, full of minerals but is 'vortexed', in its fourth phase, and highly bioavailable.
For most of us, springs are not close by and we need to look at filtration or distillation.
Neither option is perfect though.
- Filters don't get rid of everything.
- Distillers get rid of too much and the water needs to be remineralised.
In recent preliminary tests, a water distiller (as seen here) and a Berkey both removed visible contaminants.
We have much work to do on this, checking more waters, more filters and using a microscope with a greater ability to see 'invisible' particles.
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