Floating Pyramid City Generates 100% of Its Own Food, Water and Electricity — May 12, 2018

Are you tired of living in Suburbia? Perhaps in the future, you can apply to live on the high seas in a community of self-sufficient, solar-powered pyramid-shaped buildings. The Waya abodes, designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini, are inspired by Mayan and Japanese architecture. The pyramid-shaped buildings come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are designed…Read more & photos

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Company Develops Revolutionary Way to Create Leather, Wood, and Bricks from Mushrooms (Video) – April 17, 2018

Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer
Waking Times 

In a world where the average person consumes more resources than could possibly be regenerated in their lifetime, it’s no surprise to hear that our quickening resource consumption is resulting in a slow-motion collapse of the environment and all life on the planet.

However, researchers at a San Francisco Bay startup company have discovered a way to counteract this degradation. MycoWorks, a company which creates products out of fungi, believes that the answer may lie in replacing just some of the many products we consume with this entirely sustainable and renewable source material.

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The Inventor of a Water-Powered Car That Died In A Restaurant Yelling ‘They Poisoned Me’ (Videos: Water powered cars) — January 4, 2018

“We recently took a scientific delegation to witness Stan’s work…and came back saying, this is one of the most important inventions of the century.” – Leonard Holihan, from the Advanced Energy Research Institute at the time (source) Everyday the world becomes aware of technologies that have the potential to halt the unnecessary damage we continue…Read more & videos

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Food Domes: A Global Solution for Hunger – December 15, 2017

 

 

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Once a Cure4Hunger Food and Water Dome is built, it produces 100% organic food for decades. No matter how dry, windy, wet, hot or cold outside, Cure4Hunger Food and Water Domes keep food safe and secure inside disaster proof domes.

Cure4Hunger is chartered to build 15,000 Food and Water Domes in 150 nations providing fruits, vegetables and fish in these domes. One hundred percent of all fresh water is provided by water atmospheric generators, which harvest 1,320 to 5,000 gallons of fresh drinking water 365 days a year.
Four compact Cure4Hunger Gravity Gardens Systems (10x10x15 feet) are equivalent to growing seven acres of outdoor farmland or 15 acres when poor harvest sections of flooded land or land near walk way or roads where crops receive high amounts of dust are added. Each robotic cylinder system produces more 100% organic crops per square foot in recorded history.

Construction of a Cure4Hunger Dome takes less than 30 days due to ease of design and is half the cost of a traditional building being 50-75% more energy efficient. The grow domes maintain the best environment (temperature and humidity) more effective and affordable than any other indoor farm. Within 15-20 years the energy savings pay for the entire cost of the grow dome.

Each disaster proof grow dome comes with a 100 year warranty and can withstand F5 hurricanes and tornados up to 400mph. Domes are also fire proof, bullet proof, termite proof, flood proof, reflect EMP’s and have an anti-liquefaction option for earthquake regions around the world. Cure4Hunger has a 10 year OEM license contract with SafestHouse to build the disaster proof domes at cost plus 3% royalty license fee.

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3D-Printed Invention Produces 2 Liters Of Drinking Water Each Hour Out Of Thin Air (Video clip) – November 18, 2017

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Did you know? By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people will live in areas where water scarcity is prevalent. This is concerning, but fortunately, not unsolvable. In fact, a 22-year-old Indian entrepreneur has already presented a solution. 

Jawwad Patel, an engineering student, has developed an invention that converts atmospheric moisture into potable drinking water. In other words, it pulls water from the air to produce drinkable water within a short period of time.

Perhaps most notable is the fact that the device — dubbed the ‘Dewdrop’ — was 3D-printed. Tech Story reports that the invention sucks in air using a fan, filters dust, and then condenses moisture using the Thomson and Peltier effect to produce mineralized water. The water is then stored for drinking. When the container is emptied, it begins the process once again.

Because the Dewdrop weighs approximately two pounds, it is easy to carry wherever you go. It is powered by a 12V 6000 man Li-ion battery and can produce about 1.86 liters per hour of potable drinking water. In the desert, the 3D-printed invention can generate 1.2 liters per hour.  Read more & video clip at: galacticconnection.com

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Water-Powered Cars: A List Of Inventors (Video) — October 27, 2017

Humanity is being held hostage by the Illuminati bankers who control the oil cartel. “The number one thing that will diffuse the [Illuminati agenda] is to bring in an alternate energy source.”by David Richards, guest author Water-powered cars have existed for years. Oil, with its attendant evils — pollution, oil wars, oil spills — are unnecessary.Read Entire…Read more & video

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