Google+ post by Thomas Palm on 2015-06-26 19:34:37 UTC

(Thomas Palm) #1
(Wylie Hilliard) #2

Unrelated to the 3D parts, there is no scientific basis for “structured water”.

(Thomas Palm) #3

Thanks but my point with this hole thing was to bring focus on our worsening waters and I do not debate or claim anything. Both sides will always claim this or that and will always have some kind of proof… Considering the human history we most often are ignorant and stubborn protecting our egos instead of focusing on the bigger picture. My hope is to reach beyond that and at least do something to move in a direction that is hopefully beneficial for humanity.

(Mike Miller) #4

There is no science here.

“The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it.”

― Neil deGrasse Tyson

(Hannes Lilliefeldt) #5

I think the diy fountain looks… splashing :slight_smile:

(Thomas Palm) #6

I am glad strong feelings are unleashed here:-) nothing worse than sticking the head in the sand and doing nothing but complaining, thats why its great that you refer to science, that means you showed an effort and put some energy into it. I for sure like science and has had great use of it my hole life. That’s exactly why I do not claim anything but instead ask the question: might this work? Unfortunately science sometimes change over time and its only logical to keep emotions out if the equation if one wants to dig deeper. Some food for thought:

(Mike Miller) #7

Somebody needs to take a class in Fluid Mechanics.

(Daniel Jones) #8

I printed one last night for the kids to play with. Great little design! Printed without support and went together decently. The water isn’t any happier, but the kids sure thought it was cool!

(Thomas Palm) #9

@Daniel_Jones Thanks for your input, really glad you kids liked it :slight_smile:

(Thomas Palm) #10

@Nathan_Walkner Thanks for appreciating the design :slight_smile: