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Introducing the AlexaPure Pro  Stainless Steel Water Filtration System

AlexaPure Pro Water Filter is gravity fed, runs without electricity.

Eliminates 99.9999% of water impurities, including fluoride, to protect your families health and water security

Revolutionary gravity block core filter with hybrid ceramic shell, capable of producing up to 5000 gallons of purified water

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The remarkable AlexaPure Pro Water Filter transforms 2.25 gallons (8.5 liters) into pure delicious drinking water in a short time. Additional filters, (up to 4 )  can be applied for even faster results.






Water. It’s the source of all life on planet earth. Without it, life would not exist. We take it for granted, but, as the world’s population continues to grow beyond 7 billion, we face a global challenge to address what could be the largest crisis  ever to loom over the Human Race

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At the 2012 World Water Forum, under the auspices of the United Nations’ World Water Development Report, it was warned that: “No users, anywhere in the world, can be guaranteed that they will have uninterrupted access to the water supplies they need or want or to the water-derived benefits from key developmental sectors such as agriculture, energy and health.”

According to the new “World Water Development Report” in March of 2012, nearly 1 billion people are at high risk in regard to little or no access to safe drinking water. This, despite separate reports issued by the World Health Organization and UNICEF which indicate that progress has been made in achieving the 2015 Millenium Development Goal of cutting in half, the number of people in the world without access to safe drinking water.

But is it working? Though it is a highly commendable endeavor, the problem seems to be growing exponentially. This is especially true in cities worldwide, particularly developing countries. Urban populations, throughout the globe, have risen to 3.4 billion as of 2009, and are predicted to increase up to 6.3 billion by the year 2050. The report goes on to say: ” Sanitation infrastructure is not keeping pace with the world’s urban population, and more then 80% 0f the world’s wastewater is neither collected nor treated.” It’s easy to imagine when 2.4 billion people in developing nations are without proper sanitation.

Poor water quality, according to WHO statistics, can lead to an increase in diarrhoeal diseases, such as cholera, typhoid fever, dysentery, and many other water borne infectious diseases. Thyphus, plague, and Trachoma, an eye infection (which can cause blindness) and is caused by unsanitary water, are all major health concerns. This is a ticking time bomb.

Another major health concern mentioned by WHO is the storage factor. When water scarcity occurs in developing countries, such as Africa, people tend to store water in their homes. This increases the risk of breeding mosquitos. Malaria is one of the leading causes of early mortality in children worldwide, responsible for 1 million deaths each year. Dengue Fever is another parasitic disease caused by mosquitos. Recent outbreaks of Dengue Fever in Cambodia put many children at risk if it is not eliminated properly. The record floods of the last winter season added to this current outbreak in South East Asia, the main point being, that stagnant pools of water breed larvae, from which disease carrying mosquitoes multiply.

The “World Water Forum”, held every 3 years, since 2003, led it’s  2009 conference in the city of Istanbul, and was attended by 20,000 people. Two reports – one by 24 United Nations agencies,  and the other by what is considered the foremost economic authority on this subject, the “World Economic Forum”, addressed this grave issue. The triennial event also happened to coincide with the epic financial meltdown which has brought the world economy to it’s knees. The parallels are significant.

Our water reserves are on the verge of collapse, same as the financial institutions of the world. But, unlike the infinite printing of phony paper money by the FED, there is no such quick fix to hold up the frail house of cards we live under, as the water resources around us dwindle at such an alarming rate.

Water Scarcity

The World Water Forum 3 years ago received it’s  2nd report from the World Economic Forum, which also hosts the annual Davos meeting, representing the global business and financial elite. The report had dire overtones. It predicted the emergence of water scarcity soon to become a major geopolitical issue. The report states: ” The financial crisis gives us a stark warning of what can happen if known risks are left to fester. We are living in a water ‘bubble’ as unsustainable and fragile as that which precipitated the collapse in world financial markets. We are now on the verge of bankruptcy in many places with no way of paying the debt back.”

Water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface, mostly salt water. Fresh drinking water is limited in quantity however. Water consumption has been growing rampantly and far exceeds the growth of the population. The world population increased fourfold in the 100 years of the 20th century. But freshwater use increased 9 times that amount.

Nowhere is this more evident then in China. There is growing concern over the shortage of water there. With the largest population in the world, 1.2 billion, and 3 decades of astonishing growth, the country is now faced with  serious water depletion. Many natural waterways have been polluted. The furious pace of development has led to wastefulness of the precious resource on a grand scale. Of China’s 669 cities, nearly 60% are experiencing water scarcity.

As China searches the far reaches of the world for oil, natural gas, and minerals to maintain it’s relentless economic machine, a lingering specter lurks beneath the surface of carefree prosperity. Since 1949, water usage has risen five fold, and as the North experiences severe water scarcity, the demand keeps growing all through the country. Government leaders and scientists will face tough decisions in the not distant future as industry and farming will try to adapt to the uneven distribution of the finite reserves of water.

Is America facing water scarcity? The facts say yes. In a CBS News presentation, “Where America Stands”, those facts point to an urgent concern over the dwindling reserves of water in the heartland. At least 36 states are reporting water shortages. The southern states, in particular, are strapped for H2O. California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Florida all have a huge water crisis.

Lake Mead, outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, has shrunk by 50% since 1998. The lake supplies 90% of the drinking water to the city of 2 million. After 10 years of severe drought, Las Vegas has become the driest city in America. This depletion of Lake Mead amounts to 5.6 trillion gallons. This is enough drinking water to supply the whole United States for 6 months.

Americans consume more water then any other country in the world. It is noteworthy to consider these statistics: The average American uses 150 gallons per day. By comparison, the average citizen in the U.K. uses 40 gallons. A Chinese individual uses 22 gallons per day, and one person in Kenya consumes a mere 13 gallons of water each day. As the next five years unfold, will Americans  begin to  hear the wake up call and take action before the well runs dry?

Fukushima. An uncomfortable subject. Notwithstanding, it is a subject we can no longer ignore. The massive 9.o earthquake  on March 11th, 2011, in Japan, triggered a tremendous tsunami, which  swept away everything in it’s path when the powerful waves finally hit the coast. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, north of Tokyo, sustained severe damage and the power grid was also destroyed, causing the reactors to overheat. The generators that drove the water cooling pumps were also damaged in the tsunami,  and the result was a full meltdown of the 3 reactors.  Several hydrogen explosions occurred and there was an immediate evacuation of citizens living in the area. This was the worse nuclear accident since the 1986 Chernoybl disaster.

Unbelievably, data was withheld from Japanese citizens about the spread of radiation in a 25 km radius, thus allowing many to head straight into the field of contamination. U.S military aircraft had compiled data on the spread of radiation and passed it on to the Japanese Foreign Ministry, who in turn passed it to the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) and to the Science & Technology Agency but neither reported it to the Prime Minister’s office overseeing the evacuation.

This bungling beaurocratic idiocy led to the radiation poisoning of hundreds, if not thousands, of it’s own citizens. Though the government admitted to it’s negligence in this instance, a campaign of misinformation and cover-ups about the seriousness of the radiation leaking into the atmosphere continues to this day.

The truth is no one knows for sure, but common sense tells us that the radiation has spread to the American continent by way of rain clouds  and ocean currents and debris that is washing up on beaches along the Pacific North Coast. This radiation will eventually sink into the underground water table of North America and into our water reserves. Are we to believe what the Japanese government is telling the International community after it has already put it’s own population at grave risk?

As we confront the truth about the factors that threaten our precious water reserves, each individual must ask himself what he can do to insure that he has access to fresh drinking water  in the future and what ways he can accomplish this.

There is still reason to have hope. We can empower ourselves with the freedom of choice as individuals to act. Mankind has always found the ways and  means to deal with any crisis. Even if our governments cannot be relied on to act in our behalf  we must  protect ourselves.

Whatever the agenda of public officials, it is our own responsibility to seek out the right information and take steps to prepare for any future scenario that might leave us without our basic needs and to be sure that fresh water continues to flow our way.

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