Water News

Superionic Ice – Or is it Plasma Gas?

The May 2019 edition of National Geo has an article about “Superionic Ice” that may occur on some outer planets. Supposedly, the “super” ice was recently created at a laboratory for only a nanosecond applying several thousand degrees below typical freezing temperature on Earth and pressures equivalent to that of other planets. Physicist Marius Millot […]

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The State of the Beverage – Year 2019

It has been two years since we reported on beverage trends after attending the Beverage Forum held in  Chicago, IL in 2017.  For the first time, bottled water captured over 50% of the beverage gross sales market and the hottest trend at that time (and currently) is to reduce sugar content in beverages. For 2019, […]

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Deuterium is NOT Hydrogen’s Evil Twin

Deuterium is a non-radioactive stable isotope of Hydrogen. Deuterium has one proton and one neutron while the more common isotope of hydrogen (Protium) has only a single proton (no neutron). Oxygen that is in both the air we breathe and water we drink, can have between 8 and 10 neutrons per atom of oxygen. Deuterium […]

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WIT Machine at Delphi University

A 10-cell WIT Machine is in operation for the clients of Delphi University located in McCaysville, Georgia. Those who breathe the Dioxytetrahydride Gas are providing their feedback in a journal. We have received some positive testimonials, which have been added to the WIT Home Page. (Go to the 4th side banner on the right side, showing […]

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Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for August 2017: “Share of Stomach” in Liquids

Rob and I learned about the concept “Share of Stomach” while attending the 2017 Beverage Forum held in Chicago last April. What is “Share of Stomach”? Good question. “Share of Stomach” is an economic model used by national beverage marketing organizations. This model assumes each consumer drinks 1/2 gallon (approx. 2 liters or 64 ounces) […]

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AquaNew Rolls Out Its Commemorative 10th Anniversary One-Liter Watt-Ahh® Bottles

“It’s a high rise beauty, a great looking new bottle and label. It will pop on the shelf, looks more fun to heft, and a shelf will hold more product with this design.” ~Watt-Ahh® Customer Morgan W. of New York  Watt-Ahh® is ready to move with our busy customers who want energy and hydration on the go. […]

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Tech This Out! – Ten Years Ago

Before being launched into the market in November of 2007, this beauty shot of Watt-Ahh® appeared in New York Magazine along with five other “new luxury water with fantastic supposed properties.” Author Beth Landman was absolutely correct on one of her statements: “the water boom is just starting.” Her prediction has come true with bottled […]

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June Milestones for WIT Technology

By Rob Gourley, CEO and Inventor For someone who preferred to work on machines instead of book reports in school, June of 2017 was an unusual time for me. With assistance from WIT’s patent attorney, Robert McKellar, we prepared two continuation-in-part applications and filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Prior to filing, we […]

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AquaNew/Watt-Ahh® – 10th Anniversary (And other announcements on new liter-sized bottles and pricing)

Yes, the last ten years tested our mental, physical and financial capacities. The main reason we kept going, even during the bleakest days that we all shared during the Great Recession, was hearing about how individuals used the Polarized Water to reach a level of improved health. Looking back when we launched Watt-Ahh® in 2007, […]

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AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s Article Featured in Beverage Industry Magazine

AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s article was featured in the June 2017 issue of Beverage industry Magazine. Below is an excerpt: Can electrons lower a beverage-maker’s energy costs? – Shrinking water supplies challenge beer manufacturers By: Rob Gourley, AquaNew and WIT International A non-electrolysis process has been discovered. It involves a magnetized reactor cell that adds […]

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