seawater

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seawater

Fringe nutrition
Water taken from the ocean, which is said to provide critical nutrients. Seawater is popularly believed to have health-promoting effects. It is claimed by some that a teaspoon per day prevents and reverses unnamed deficiencies that cause baldness, cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental disorders and a plethora of other conditions; such claims are not supported by peer-reviewed data.
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But Dr Shawki Bargouti, who was the director-general of the Dubai-based International Centre for Biosaline Agriculture in 2009, quoted the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water showing that by 1999 salinity had got up to 42,000ppm and reached 56,000ppm in some places, or 55 per cent more salinity than standard ocean water.
Also, I would like to note that we had made small modification to the initiative, since we don't want to waste clean, iced water, we will just be using ocean water instead.
The mercury level has shot up to 150 per cent more than its normal range in all the layers of ocean water.
At night, the land cools down more quickly than the ocean water.
The system involves vaporizing a compound of water and ammonia using ocean water of 20 or 30 C.
Scientists knew that each milliliter of ocean Water holds about 50 million virus particles and that those organisms kill 20 percent of the bacteria in the ocean every day (SN: 7/12/2003, p.
Aboard the ship, Christina helped to deploy scientific equipment and took samples of the ocean water, seafloor, and organisms in the water.
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I was surprised you didn't mention the effect of salinity in ocean water ("Mystery of the Missing Heat: Upper ocean has cooled slightly in recent years, despite warming climate," SN: 9/30/06, p.
The salt isn't noticeable in the water - unlike ocean water - but is gaining popularity because it removes the chlorine smell and is easier to use in treating pools, she said.