Privacy policy

On all legitimate posts, IP addresses will not be published, and email addresses will not be published. Names will not be published unless the person doing the writing approves by entering their name when they submit a comment. Know that all comments are public, and can be seen by anyone.

The IP addresses of spammers, and spambots are show below.

 

67.205.0.0/18 (DreamHost located in California) Lots of nasty stuff coming from this company. I have emailed them and tried to contact them on the landline. They do not answer or reply. Still hack attempts keep coming from their ips.
2.133.93.210
2.135.238.18
41.234.26.187
49.0.124.54
49.212.166.188
79.174.161.1
82.200.254.122
83.29.3.131
86.111.144.194
89.218.68.42
89.233.216.209
89.70.242.147
116.212.112.247
122.184.133.122
177.69.215.197
177.8.22.124
183.110.231.124
186.208.4.18
187.28.202.22
189.104.176.38
190.136.175.57
190.253.217.54
195.112.255.99
200.160.96.87
201.245.64.98
202.43.65.125
203.146.82.253
213.131.53.54
212.118.244.162

 

 

2 Responses to Privacy policy

  1. Mike Watson says:

    Hi,
    I have a question for…I’m looking into Rain Harvesting from my roof, and I’m looking into a 275gal to 550gal storage with first flush. With diverting roof water from storage to a Slow Sand Filter as described in http://www.slowsandfilter.org/ If I add boiling the output water, do you think that would make the water potable enough given an emergency situation?

    I’m trying to find an H2O solution that requires no power. I think if I use the design for the slow sand filter, with activated charcoal, coupled with boiling it should provide a potable solution. Your test results were eye opening to say the least. My only other alternative would be distillation of rainwater from a slow sand filter….
    Thank-you for the great information, and your hard work!
    Thanks,
    Mike Watson

  2. Orpheus says:

    Boiling would take care of biological contamination if done at sea level and for a long enough time to kill all the viruses and bacteria, I think ten minutes is the minimum time recommended. Chemicals from roofing material are not removed by boiling the water in question, and may be concentrated as the water evaporates. Every situation is different and the best way to determine what is in water is to have it tested; and each filter owner/operator is solely responsible for the filter’s proper operation. That said, in an emergency situation, given the choice of meeting my maker from becoming dehydrated, or drinking water from a mud puddle, or filtered roof water from a slow sand filter I’ll take the filtered roof water.

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