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    December 28, 2009


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    No chlorine, no salt - it would seem to be the ideal solution.

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    Just for today I will adjust myself to what is, and not try to adjust everything to my own desires. I will take my "luck" as it comes.


    We, in Johannesburg South Africa, have an indoor pool that uses ultra-violet light to filter the water. No chlorine, no salt - it would seem to be the ideal solution. It's the same filtration system that softdrink and beer manufacturers use for their water.

    I would have imagined that this system would be more prevalent in professional swimming facilities.


    This doesn't surprise me. The effect on my respiratory system has been more noticeable and cumulative with age. What happened to the development of laser technology to clean pools? I remember hearing about it for awhile last decade, then nothing...too expensive? Ineffective?

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