Water: What it really is and how it’s made

By Laura D. EvansThe Associated PressOn the outskirts of Seattle, about 60 people gather in a clearing to watch a helicopter take off.

The sound of engine noises is heard and the men gather around a big, red, plastic box.

The box contains a small, black-and-white plastic tank that looks like it could be a swimming pool, but in fact is filled with water from the Kalahari Desert.

It’s filled with a mixture of water and sand.

The mixture is fed through a metal tube that’s attached to a hose.

The men sit and stare at the box, all of whom are in their late teens or early 20s.

The box is filled.

A few minutes later, the men pour the mixture into the bucket and pull it away from the hose.

As the water starts to flow, a large, gray-and black creature crawls across the floor of the box.

The creature is a black bear with a white face.

It jumps up onto a rock and starts running across the dirt.

It stops on a small rock.

The men sit in the box and watch the bear for a few minutes.

The bear is an example of a natural gasification of the Kalahs, or Kalahadans, desert.

It is not a gasification, like a plant.

Natural gas is used to generate electricity, to heat homes and buildings, and to move natural gas from the ground to the gasifier.

In the Kalands, the land is covered in huge, flat sand dunes that are filled with gas.

When the sand dries, it becomes sand.

A gasifier converts sand into gas.

Gasification is a process that is being practiced all over the world.

It has been a big part of the energy revolution in recent years.

Natural-gasification techniques have been around for hundreds of years.

They are not a new technology.

They have been used for thousands of years, but the process has gotten much faster and more advanced in recent decades.

Natural gasification has a long history.

The first natural-gas wells were drilled in the 1800s.

They were discovered by the Dutch explorer Sir William Thomson.

Thomson discovered the gas that would be used to power his ship.

Thomson also found that gas extracted from the sands of the Arabian Peninsula could be used as fuel for his ships.

He made a fortune from the discoveries, but eventually lost the money that he made from the gas.

Thomson died in 1816, and the discovery of gas took a long time to be made.

Thomson sold the land to the British government.

The government then built an industrial facility in order to make the gas available to the industrial sector.

The gas was used to make a number of goods.

One of those goods was the gasoline used to fuel locomotives.

When the natural gas was pumped into the railroad tracks, the fuel that was used as a fuel became a very, very expensive and very, high-carbon fuel.

The petroleum industry in the United States, Europe, and Japan was very concerned about the impact of a high-cost and high-quality fuel.

In order to save money, companies started making other kinds of fuels.

The gasoline industry, for example, switched from using gasoline as a substitute for oil in the 1930s to using petroleum as a primary fuel.

And then the first natural gas field was found in the 1960s in the southern part of California, near the San Francisco Bay.

The land was leased to a small company called Exxon.

They began pumping gas into the wells.

Then, in the 1970s, oil companies began to see that there was a problem with the natural-gases.

The price of natural gas skyrocketed.

As a result, natural-Gas industry officials started looking at alternatives.

Natural Gas, they said, could be produced cheaply and safely.

Natural oil could be made cheaply and readily.

But the people who had developed natural gas found that natural gas had a very high cost.

So, they went to Congress, to the Obama administration, to try to get a federal subsidy to make it possible to produce natural gas at a cost that could be met by private companies.

In 2008, the president of the United State signed into law a bill that gave $300 billion to the Natural Gas Production Tax Credit, or NGLTC, to help people make a profit on the cost of gas.

In addition to that, the bill gave $1 billion to states to subsidize natural gas.

The federal government then provided a $500 million loan to help the states develop their own gas infrastructure.

The loan guarantee was an incredible thing for the Natural Resources Defense Council, which is a conservative think tank that advocates for natural- gas development.

The loan guarantee is the largest in American history, and it is part of a package of incentives that Congress is giving to states.

It was a huge thing for them.

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