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Acequias & Water Crisis in Cities, Report from Venus and Mars

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Published on Apr 10, 2011

In 1790 Spanish settlers engineered a water irrigation system of Acequias, a system designed by Arabs and used by Persians, then when the Moors invaded Spain, passed the technology to Spain. Thus the water management system used in New Mexico for the past 230 years was first engineered 2500 years ago. These systems are effective and amazing, yet modern civilization, including agriculture and some cities are facing water crisis. New technology, new engineering and new systems are essential in this world today. While we value and treasure the ancient cultures and traditions, we also offer solutions for those facing water shortages and crisis. Desalination is now a practical alternative when combined with the mid size wind turbines, late generation solar panels and high efficiency reverse osmosis systems, that Wind-Inc.com, and Cornucopia-enterprise.com suggest. For cities, such as Lubbock, Odessa, Fort Worth, Lamesa, Amarillo, all in Texas, and Las Vegas, New Mexico, Taos, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and many other small and large cities, all that have water concerns, water depletion, and mineralization, with water crisis looming in the future, we can provide a solution to provide clean water from almost unlimited saline water sources. This concept can save cities and agriculture alike. If you are a concerned citizen, or decision maker, you are encouraged to pass this video on to your municipal, county, and agricultural leaders. Venus and Mars (Ben and Saneh Boothe) are available to meet or present programs to your communities, or do project management, consulting, or on site supervision of new wind and solar powered desalination water systems. Call 800-583 6655.

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