Any nuclear abrnomality is worrisome, but relative normality is reassuring
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When you get past the economic crisis, then the energy crisis, and then the Global Warming crisis, there is one rather large crisis that gets ignored: the water crisis. Nanotechnology has been offering for some time solutions and promises of even greater capabilities in the future when it comes to addressing the issue of clean drinking water. Moving these technologies to industrial scale has remained largely elusive, but there appears to be an increasing amount of research in applying nanotechnology to water applications, which could start to show dividends. In further evidence that there appears to be a critical mass …
Or will the cost of metering kill an effort at reform?