I was once told one can not pick up a half gallon of mercury and run with it, but that one can pick up a full gallon and run with it. What does this point out? Sloshing liquids have lots of force of inertia. I recommend whether it be a fish tank or source water tank or a fuel tank, come pole shift time, the tank needs to be either empty or completely full. For a fish tank to be full and to not slosh out it needs to have a very strong water tight top to it. This can take many forms.
|| Vent tube __||__ top o o Gasket ______ _______ | | built in |_________________| concrete container
As an example the following reservoir could be made out of reinforced concrete with a steel or reinforced concrete lid that seals and bolts down to keep the water and fish in it during the shaking of the pole shift. One must make provisions for fish needing a constant air source bubbling through the water. A small stand pipe (.5 to 1 inch) many feet high built into the top's highest point should allow for air to escape and keep the majority of the water in under the expected extreme shaking. See the picture.
For best results the container should be built in as part of the building foundation with reinforced steel
concrete. A slight taper in the top to the highest point would prevent air getting trapped in the corners.
Once the pole shift is over the water level could then be lowered to give the fish a larger water-air
surface. A number of these containers could be built. The uses could include fish growth, fresh water
supply, algae growth, hydroponics nutrients, Gray water storage, and sewage digestion. Materials to
repair cracks should be keep in stock.
Offered by Mike.