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The End of the World’s Tallest Water Sphere

Saturday, January 21st, 2012

Gina Signorella-Arlen writes to contribute this photo of the World’s Tallest Water Sphere taken on 2011/12/26: She also suggests that the year 2012 may be the end of the WTWS due to the end of the Mayan calendar. Some food for thought: Both the Mayan Calendar and the WTWS are circular in shape. Coincidence? On [...]

Water More Popular Than Sphere

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

This research is courtesy of the statistics at Google Ngram viewer. The basis for this discussion is a list of frequency of words and their usage in the English language. Google has scanned and analyzed a large body of books from 1800 to 2000. Words and their frequency can be graphed over time to help [...]

Wallops Island, Virginia

Sunday, March 6th, 2011

This photo of a glorious water tower is sent in via reader Jason Dengel. The water tower was completed on Wallops Island, Virginia in July of 2010. It stands 287 feet tall and holds 200,000. The water tank is used to service the nearby NASA launch pads. Nice view of the tower, the construction equipment, [...]

Tracking Us in Portland

Friday, December 4th, 2009

The Portland Water Bureau has written a blog article on this site. It is interesting to see various water companies and municipal water works tracking and linking to this site. Thanks to author Jennie Day-Burget of Blogtella for writing the nice article. The Portland Water Bureau motto is “From Forest to Faucet”. The Union Township [...]

Here Comes the Flood

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Scientists at the World’s Tallest Water Sphere Research Center in Austin, Texas have determined the extent of damage possible to the World’s Tallest Water Sphere in the event of massive flooding. As many people know, the level of the oceans is rising due to global warming and the melting of polar ice caps. As the [...]

How to Draw the World’s Tallest Water Sphere

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

There are many artists that visit the World’s Tallest Water Sphere site. They make beautiful photographs, computer images, and artwork and contribute it to the site for all the world to see. Most of us gaze in awe at the wonderful creations they make that inspire us and give us hope for humankind, just as [...]

Weird N.J. Covers WTWS

Monday, June 15th, 2009

Whoops, I nearly forgot to mention that the latest issue of Weird N.J. (#32) has a nice article on the World’s Tallest Water Sphere. Not only do they have wonderful color photos of the WTWS that you can carry conveniently on your next safari in Bostwana, you also get a colorful shot of the WTWS [...]

Water Sphere versus Water Spheroid

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Many readers ask the World’s Tallest Water Sphere site, what exactly is a water sphere? What distinguishes a water sphere from a water spheroid? What is a water ellipsoid? What is the difference between a water tower and a water tank? Is the Union water tower, the world’s tallest water tower? To help answer these [...]

Signing for the Camera

Monday, April 6th, 2009

For people who want to flash secret signs for the camera, here is how you finger spell “WTWS” using American Sign Language finger spelling. I think it would be great if some of the photo submissions for the site showed you and your friends flashing the “WTWS” for your viewers and friends. For those of [...]

After All This Time the River Flowed

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

I looked out across the river today I saw a city in the fog and an old church tower Where the seagulls play. And all this time, the river flowed endlessly to the sea. Come with me on an epic journey from the World’s Tallest Water Sphere to the sea. For millenia, the site of [...]

Life Before the Water Sphere – 1880

Friday, February 13th, 2009

We have covered Life Before the Water Sphere – 1951, and now it is time to go way back to life in Union Township, circa 1880, before the Union Flagship, before Springfield’s Playland Park, before the World’s Tallest Water Sphere. From the map, circa 1880, courtesy of the New Jersey Division of Public Records, you [...]

Another Fine Star Ledger Article on the WTWS

Friday, January 30th, 2009

The Star Ledger has another fine newspaper article on the World’s Tallest Water Sphere by Kelly Heyboer in her Jersey Blogs column. She interviews site owner and museum curator Dan Becker on the philosophical meaning of the WTWS, it’s role in society, and the incredible tallness of being. Click on the blog header to read [...]

Life Before the Water Sphere – 1951

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Where were you before the World’s Tallest Water Sphere existed? Since Union’s water tower was built in 1964, you would have to be at least 45 years old in the year 2009 to qualify. The map circa 1951 shown above (courtesy the New Jersey Division of Public Records) reveals all sorts of interesting facts about [...]

Star Ledger Live Visits the World’s Tallest Water Sphere

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Today the Star Ledger Live reporter Brian Donohue covers the World’s Tallest Water Sphere, this web site, and the WTWS Museum: Ledger Live: The World’s Tallest Water Sphere If the embedded video does not show, here is a link to the Ledger Live story and a link to a Blip TV version.

How Many Unions are in New Jersey?

Friday, February 1st, 2008

For many residents of New Jersey, this is a question that is taken for granted. Just as there are many Bobs in your classroom or Marys at your office, there are many Unions in New Jersey. When people mentions the World’s Tallest Water Sphere, it is taken for granted that we mean Union Township, west [...]

How Water Towers Work

Sunday, July 15th, 2007

In case you are wondering why water towers are so tall, or why they so often are placed on hills, there is a great article written by Marshall Brain at “How Water Towers Work”. Not only do you get diagrams showing that the water goes inside the tower, you also see some photos of interesting [...]

Street Views of the World’s Tallest Water Sphere

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Google Maps now provides a service to see street views of places listed on the maps. Appropriately, the service is called Google Street views, and it is available via a new Street View button on the maps. Not every street has a street photo view, but of course we checked, and the WTWS is listed. [...]

Google Sightseeing

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

One way to see the world without leaving your chair is to go Google Sightseeing. Using just a browser and an immense database of maps and aerial photography, one can virtually visit the world’s famous cities and landmarks, explore rivers and mountain ranges, see world heritage sites, or simply map out some vacation plans. One [...]

Connections

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Some coincidences are stranger than fiction, including this set of Water Sphere facts worthy of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The World’s Tallest Water Sphere is located in Union Township, New Jersey. Less than one mile from the WTWS is Burnet Junior High School. Nearby is Burnet Avenue. Both of these landmarks are named after [...]

World’s Tallest Water Sphere Named Best Date Spot

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

Strange but true. The LoveLine Radio Show has named Union’s WTWS one of its best date spots. See the article in the archives section of Best Date Spots. “What could be cool or date-worthy about a water sphere? Well, for starters, you won’t find another larger one anywhere in the world. If that alone doesn’t [...]