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Texas drought dowsing

Postby Paul Mellor » Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:43 am

Dowsing gets a very matter of fact report in this article

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 ... lenews_wsj
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Re: Texas drought dowsing

Postby mike » Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:45 pm

With most of the Midlands in the area of low rain last year it leaves me wondering how Norfolk managed, as there the fields were just about fried, no rain at all for the summer months...Looks more and more like a good dowser will be called to find water around the country if this keeps up next year, mind you dont expect any thanks, dowsing is the work of the devil they claim, well those with plenty of water. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: WONDER what it costs to drill say thirty/fifty feet down looking for water, do we have anyone who knows on the forum ? Always wondered what the costs of a drilling rig would be for farmers, and I imagine the dowser is paid if water is found, sounds about right...Should be more like Bank Managers, big bonus if you go bust or make a profit :mrgreen:
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Re: Texas drought dowsing

Postby mike » Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:01 am

The situation with water is getting worse right now, not enough rain to fill the reservoirs anywhere, hose pipe ban just around the corner, and who knows what else to follow...Time to get the rod and go looking for water, its the new black gold (oil), just in case you dont know,watch the price of water rise,and the Government putting a tax on folks bathing, so save water, BATH with a friend. :lol:
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