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But the truth is water by itself is not nearly enough to support life. Life actually requires a never-ending supply of clean drinkable water and the Earth is the only planet that provides this because Earth is blessed with the rain cycle.

Through the Rain Cycle, water, no matter how polluted, is purified by evaporation, becomes water vapour, rises in the sky to form rain clouds, and comes back down to Earth as clean drinkable rain water.

The Rain Cycle is a Miracle of God. The Rain Cycle makes water a renewable resource on Earth. Atheists are deluded and too blind to God to recognize this. It never rains on Mars, or on Jupiter, or on Saturn. ter. If Dar-

Therefore there cannot be life on Mars, or on Jupiter. If Darwin were correct, it would mean life forms could adapt to nearly all conditions and life would be widespread beyond Earth.

By capturing water directly, we can significantly reduce our reliance on water storage dams. This places less stress on these dams and can potentially reduce the need to expand these dams or build new ones.Collecting and using your own water can also significantly reduce your water bills. By capturing water, the flow of stormwater is also reduced and this minimises the likelihood of overloading the stormwater systems in our neighbourhoods.

It is highly likely that there will come a point where mains water supply will no longer be able to meet the needs of our growing population. This almost inevitable situation will have an environmental and financial impact on the infrastructure used by the water companies, which will be passed on to their customers. This is why more and more people are capturing their own rainwater – to make sure they have enough for their needs at a price they can afford and at the same time minimise their impact on the environment.

Every time we collect rainwater in water butts and containers to reuse in the garden, we’re rainwater harvesting. If you collect and store it correctly, with minimal treatment rainwater can be used not only for garden watering, but toilet flushing and in washing machines. It could save up to 50% of household water use.

Rainfall is important for a number of things. First and foremost, it bring down the pollution from the air. More healthy vegetation is produced because of the release of oxygen from plants photosynthesising after the use of water, which means we have more plants and vegetables being watered naturally and more water to be used for animals as well as plants. The food chain is also heathier because of rain water. Rain > plants grow > animals eat plants > animals eat animals > humans eat animals.

Areas that receive heavy rainfall can take advantage of the extra water by harvesting it. Using rainwater for showering, toilet flushing and crop irrigation conserves the public supply of purified potable water. Building a catchment system with gutters, downspouts and a storage tank can reduce your dependence on traditional water sources and take advantage of a renewable natural resource.

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