RESILIENT LIVING: This Wind-Powered Device Pulls 11 Gallons Of Drinkable Water From The Air Each Day

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The Water Seer collection device relies on simple condensation to collect drinkable water from the atmosphere and can provide up to 11 gallons of clean aqua without one external power source each day.

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Source – trueactivist.com

“… A constant stress for approximately 2.3 million people on the planet has to do with obtaining clean, drinking water. Fortunately, a solution to the latter conundrum has been presented…the Water Seer collection device relies on simple condensation to collect drinkable water from the atmosphere and can provide up to 11 gallons of clean aqua without one external power source each day”:

(This Wind-Powered Device Pulls 11 Gallons Of Drinkable Water From The Air Each  – Amanda Froelich)

This low-cost, low-tech water condenser could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world that lack regular access to clean, drinkable water.
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Whereas many individuals in developed nations often worry over catching their favorite television show, a constant stress for approximately 2.3 million people on the planet has to do with obtaining clean, drinking water. Fortunately, a solution to the latter conundrum has been presented…

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4 thoughts on “RESILIENT LIVING: This Wind-Powered Device Pulls 11 Gallons Of Drinkable Water From The Air Each Day

  1. This is great.

    In his epic 6 part sci-fi series “The Dune Chronicles”, Frank Herbert described a device on the planet Dune that collected water from moisture in the air for people to drink as well as “stillsuits” that inhabitants of this desert planet wore that did basically the same and had a spigot for them to drink from. He might have come up with other useful ideas that could inspire an actual necessary device.

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