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Home Irrigation System At Extreme Levels

Friday, September 18, 2009 13:29 1 Comment

Jerry Block, a retired anesthesiologist owns a interesting rainwater-collecting system, capable of accumulating an incredible 20,000 gallons of liquid in a year’s time.

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World’s Largest Desalination Plant Goes Online

Friday, May 15, 2009 3:47 No Comments

Saudi Arabia have always felt crisis for freshwater . The problem has been so severe that a proposal was once considered to literally tow an ice burg from Antarctica all to way to the Kingdom for use as fresh water. The practicality of constructing desalination plants to extract salt and other minerals from sea water [...]

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5 Liters of Water to Power Your Entire House

Friday, March 27, 2009 2:27 No Comments

MIT professor Dan Nocera have founded a solution to combat the energy crisis. Instead of using wind turbines or expensive solar arrays, Nocera is attempting to power you vehicle and you home with just 5 liters of water. The professor claims that this solution could change our homes into our fuel stations and power plants [...]

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