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Creating Drinking Water Out Of Thin Air

Peru gets less than two inches of rain a year and has an atmospheric humidity of about 98 percent ...

Peru gets less than two inches of rain a year and has an atmospheric humidity of about 98 percent

"A new water-creating billboard in Peru helps tackle a serious problem -- as well as projects a message of hope -- in an area that's long-faced water insecurity issues.


A university and an ad agency have built the first-ever billboard to capture air humidity and turn it into potable drinking water in Lima, the second largest desert capital in the world."



Anything is possible when decent human beings use science FOR the people! The article doesn't mention the price of such a water-generating device, but one should know by now that the most expensive and hardest to get commodity in the near future will be drinking water. It is premeditated and, of course, the elite 1% has massive investments in the water industry. Spread awareness.

By Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com; | Source: Huffington Post;


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