Revealed: "How a Simple Device Provides 60 Gallons of Fresh Water Per Day and Reduces Bills!"

Wells are going dry, and some families depend on bottled water and water trucks to live. After thieves came to his farm to steal his emergency water supply, Chris Burns was forced to find a solution.
Water Is Life
Water Is Life
HOUSTON - May 14, 2020 - PRLog -- As long as the crisis doesn't touch our family, we don't really look for solutions.  But "necessity is the mother of invention".  A farmer near Fresno City, experienced a situation where he was forced to invent one.

Folks in his area have been fighting water shortages due to droughts for years…

The only solutions found were introducing laws

• force them to cut usage or by
• raising the prices

In spite of the difficulties, Chris Burns was thinking "Maybe it'll be better next year".

All that until the spring of 2014, May 16th, Wednesday.

They were entering their third year of drought.

2014 was going be the last year before his family went bankrupt…

Due to the severe drought, he was forced to leave hundreds of acres unplanted because there was simply no water for his crops". On top of that, 3 years ago his well totally dried out…

Chris didn't really panic because he still had a 600 gallons water stockpile as an emergency reserve…. That was enough for his family to last while he dug a new well.

But that night thieves came to steal his freshwater reserve! They ignored his money or electronics! That day he was forced to find an alternative source of freshwater!

* It had to be something cheap.

* And fast and easy to build.

With the help of a brilliant engineer, he came up with a blueprint of a device anyone can build.

It pulls water out of thin air, even in a desert.

This device can provide 60 gallons per day of freshwater for pennies.

Want to know more?  Click HERE

Wikipedia ( says that " Water scarcity is the lack of freshwater resources to meet demand.

It is manifested by

• partial or no satisfaction of expressed demand,
• economic competition for water quantity or quality,
• disputes between users,
• irreversible depletion of groundwater,

The lack of water doesn't affect everyone equally.  Many American families have also been affected by flooding, tornados, hurricanes, and gigantic snowstorms.  And usually, the first response involves solving the water issue for fear of contamination.

Can the conditions that led up to the Dust Bowl happen again?  Repeated droughts ARE happening and hundreds of cities and towns are at risk of sudden and severe shortages, either because available water is not safe to drink or because there simply isn't enough of it.

So check out the video to Chris Burn's invention here:

Andre Amsing
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