Into The Future: Creating Water Out Of Thin Air

March 31, 2015 3:16 PM |

What if you could literally conjure water out of thin air? Imagine a world where the need for water will be addressed right away. An ambitious project, a visionary, and a revolutionary invention plan to do just that. Carlos Blamey and his team are on a mission to end the problem of water scarcity in the world.

Blamey's invention extracts moisture from thin air and converts it into water. The portable machine sheds out clean potent water at the press of a button. As billions across the planet struggle to avail clean water for their daily usage, naval engineer Blamey and his team have hit a home-run with this sensational invention.

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