This is a tough question to be answered. In present social life, many of us started drinking bottled water though tap water is easily available. Only reason for this is health conscious. Bottled water is good for health. But it doesn’t mean that tap water is bad for health.
Storyofstuff project had taken this point in a different dimension and claiming that the “Bottled Water” concept is a manufactured demand rather than the customer demand. Check out this video.
What do you think?
This video raised questions on the health and safety measures in recycling. Especially dumping everything onto other’s garden (India) is a sad fact!
Also the concepts explained in this video might be suitable for grown countries like US and UK. But countries like India, China and Africa might not have the pure tap water all the times and places. However this comes under debate…
Bottled ‘water’ is not bad for health; but the consequences created by bottled water is bad for the society and for future generation.
Feeling stressed or anxious at an inability to access the internet? Don’t worry, you’re not alone and now there’s a word for it: “discomgoogolation”.
“The proliferation of broadband has meant for the first time in history we’ve entered a culture of ‘instant answers,’” said psychologist Dr David Lewis, who identified discomgoogolation by measuring heart rates and brainwave activity.
The term comes from “discombobulate”, which means to confuse or frustrate, and Google.
“A galaxy of information is just a mouse click away and we have become addicted to the web,” added Lewis. “When unable to get online, discomgoogolation takes over.
The stress of being disconnected was equivalent to that of running half an hour late for a key meeting, being about to sit an important exam or, in the worst cases, being sacked.