WaterSeer: A Wind-Powered Device That Pulls up to 10 Gallons of Pure Drinking Water a Day — From Thin Air

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If designed properly, WaterSeer has the potential to generate over 10 gallons of clean drinking water per day. However, in its current state, it is unlikely that one WaterSeer will be able to daily generate nearly or over 10 gallons of clean drinking water, especially in areas that have low humidity. WaterSeer still has to go through some major improvements before it can be a reliable source for generating clean drinking water out of thin air. – Pao Chang

Picture of WaterSeer Wind Powered Water Generator

By Carolanne Wright, contributing writer for WakeUp-World.com

In the West, it’s easy to take our access to clean water for granted. With modern plumbing, fresh water is at our fingertips with the turn of the tap. But in many developing countries, pollution and waterborne diseases are an unfortunate reality.

Around the world, 1.1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water, and 2.6 billion suffer from inadequate sewage. Women spend hours of their day collecting water from distant and oftentimes polluted sources. Every minute a child dies of a water-related illness. More than 840,000 people die each year from diseases related to tainted water.

And this problem is not only a Third World issue. Even in industrialized countries, we don’t have to look much farther than Flint, Michigan to see the devastating effect poor water quality can have on the health and well-being of a community.

This is why a low-cost, wind-powered invention that harvests up to 10 gallons of clean water a day — from thin air — is causing such a stir.

Water-Scarcity: Not Just a Third World Issue

“By 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water stressed conditions.” ~ 11 Facts About Water in the Developing World

Throughout the U.S. we’re seeing increasing contamination of our water supply — from pharmaceutical waste and agricultural toxins to environmental pollutants and fracking wastewater. Some experts predict rises in drought and flooding, heightened waterway contamination, and increased population growth will further stress the planet’s drinking water supply — to the point where wars and civil unrest over this valuable resource will likely become widespread.

Sadly, it’s already happening today.

“Take Syria as an example. Between 2006 and 2010, the country was hit hard by drought, which wiped out rural livelihoods for many and caused significant internal displacement across the country. Internal displacement in turn helped stir up a pot that boiled over into all-out civil war in Syria, eventually spreading to Iraq. Over the last two years, ISIS has viewed water access and control as a primary strategic objective of their campaign, and has commandeered hydroelectric dams, irrigation canals, reservoirs, pipelines, and other water infrastructure to cement territorial gains.” [source]

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Original title: Wind-Powered Device Pulls Up to 10 Gallons of Pure Drinking Water a Day — From Thin Air

What is WaterSeer™, and How Does it Work?


Update (2/22/2017): The following video was not a part of the article above. The link to the video was sent to me by a reader named Robert. The video talks about some of the flaws of WaterSeer and why its claims are misleading.

Waterseer -BUSTED!

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