So, as a father and son, I have observed something that most parents and our natural parents all do.
Ok, a quick aside, Mother Nature, God, Father Time, just nature, whatever "natural parent" you subscribe to....I think they all work in this theory.....we will see.
So guns, adult thingies, chemicals, all dangerous things in a house get both placed out of reach and depending on extremity locked up as well.....these are things we know we are supposed to leave alone, mom/dad put them there so we can't get them and harm ourselves and others.
My theory is that our "natural parent" does the same thing. We don't realize this and unleash what nature has protected us from....
Oil is buried way at the bottom of moms closet and locked in stone.....LEAVE IT ALONE!
Space, it's way up in dads closet he locked it in a vacuum.....leave it alone!
Coal.....buried, locked up
Boron.....buried locked up
Most resource storages.....dads change jar.....don't steal from that!
So, that's my rant feel free to tell me I'm an absolute nutt! Tell me if you see it now, or if you see it another way....
Chadwick Holmes wrote:That's cool, I hear that. That is a lot of what I hear from folks, I can respect that.
Is there surface water near your well?
Did Indians in the Midwest drill wells? Actual question I don't know, but they did drink so there must be water there.
I think the stuff underground is for the ground not us.
And no I don't think there should be 7 trillion of us, or what ever the number is globally now.
I'm in Wyoming. Surface water is a hot commodity here. I do not have it anywhere close to where I live.
As far as indians....well think about that for a minute. They traveled. They camped near water sources. That and there weren't that many of them.
My state has a lot of minerals. Coal is a big one. Oil a bit, Uranium even. When I look at my well, with my swales and my water works. Well I think it's fine obviously. I do what I can to replenish what I take. I do not consider myself to be stealing groundwater from the ground. It's a symbiotic relationship. I nourish the Earth and the Earth nourishes me.
Plus I still stick with the, if "God" didn't want us to be taking it he really shouldn't have made us capable of figuring out how to do it.
Oh, please don't get to thinking I'm doing any of this yet, my water is well, I have a gold ring, I drive a car, I burn coal for electricity, this is no way something I do, just an observation I have started to think on, and wanted to get a permie view on if I'm a nutter! Or if it's worth thinking further on.