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About me

Hi, I'm Nick. I've been interested in good quality water since I was a teenager. While studying for my BSc in Chemistry, I came across a book about the life and work of Viktor Schauberger. He appeared to intuitively understand nature and the amazing role that water plays throughout all life processes.

Water can build up and water can tear down. It's up to us how we use it wisely. We already know that we don't like the taste and smell of chlorine, so is there more to water than just being a liquid that we need to drink 8 glasses of a day?

Yes, is the simple answer.

I have since read many books, and met a number of people who were influential in my understanding of water. Dr. Masaru Emoto, Callum Coats, Alick Bartholomew, and most recently, Dr. Gerald Pollack, have shown that there is more to water than meets the eye.

Water behaves in ways we can predict, but are still truly surprising. Vortexes are entrancing, yet almost frictionless. Make a pipe in the shape of a twisting vortex, and you will need no energy to pump the water through it at particular speeds.

Water overcomes gravity, without any motive force. That's how trees can grow up to 100m tall.

Water will exclude all contaminants naturally, in boundary layers next to physical objects.

A word about Alick Bartholomew

Alick Bartholomew started Simply Living Water, over a decade ago, with his wife Mari, but his love of water goes back much further than that. I originally contacted Alick while I was at University nearly 25 years ago, just as my quest for understanding water was starting.

After a long and productive life, Alick passed away peacefully in December 2015. He was 85.

I had the good fortune of meeting Alick and Mari, and being able to offer my help within the business during his last year. It is my greatest wish that I continue providing excellent products and excellent service to all of Alick's customers, and many many more new ones.