Good point, Laurent.
Carol went to the beach at Kisumu in Aug/Sept of 2001 and there were signs posted, warning people not to even wade in the water due to the toxicity levels and, I think, the parasites, which go thru the skin.
Dancan feels sure, as I do, that the end result will be clean water and abundant fish and that this seasonal weed trouble will become less problematic as these cycles get back to normal. As he says, there's LOTS of fish in those weeds. He sent me a photo and it looked like the weeds were so thick you could walk across them. There are ships on Lake Victoria. It's like an inland sea. A ship was sitting in the middle of a huge patch of water hyacinth in that photo.
Laurent and Marco in Switzerland cleaned up Lake Geneva with orgonite and got some acknowledgement for it in the press, initially. It was pretty nasty, before, but I'm betting it wasn't nearly as bad as the lake in the vicinity of Kisumu, which is at the end of a very long bay, so I imagine the water doesn't circulate well enough to disperse the industrial waste and the city's sewage.
If water hyacinth were as big a problem on Lake Geneva it would probably paralyze the Swiss Navy, don't you agree?
Of all the water gifting Carol and I have done or we've read about I think Kisumu's water is the most dramatic testimonial, to date, for orgonite's ability to clear/clean bodies of water. I remember that last year Dancan was required to get a 'gifting permit' in order to keep doing this in the lake, so there's yet another historic development for our friends in Kenya