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Great Lencucha
03 Mar 06,, 05:11
Theirs a new machine that captures water from the percipitation in the atmosphere. All the machine needs is electricity to run on.

Officer of Engineers
03 Mar 06,, 05:19
Mods, is this rambo?

Horrido
03 Mar 06,, 05:36
Theirs a new machine that captures water from the percipitation in the atmosphere. All the machine needs is electricity to run on.

Yes, these "new" machines are called "dehumidifiers" and have been around for nearly a century. They are very handy if you live in high-rainfall/high humidity areas and don't like your basements decorated in mold and mildew.

Blademaster
03 Mar 06,, 06:06
Theirs a new machine that captures water from the percipitation in the atmosphere. All the machine needs is electricity to run on.

Guess what? We don't need no stinking machine or electricity to get water. It's called RAIN, dumbass.

Get your crack-filled ass out of this forum. A village somewhere in Africa is missing solely its village idiot.

Great Lencucha
03 Mar 06,, 06:43
Yes, these "new" machines are called "dehumidifiers" and have been around for nearly a century. They are very handy if you live in high-rainfall/high humidity areas and don't like your basements decorated in mold and mildew.

There for areas that don't have high humidity or rainfall. Areas that have droughts that need drinkable water that this produces. I probally should have been more specific.

Blademaster
03 Mar 06,, 19:10
There for areas that don't have high humidity or rainfall. Areas that have droughts that need drinkable water that this produces. I probally should have been more specific.

:rolleyes: Then the machines won't work at all. :rolleyes: Because in order to extract water from the air, there must be water in the first place. In areas where there are droughts, guess what? There is no water in the air!!! Get it??

THere's no way that we can beat Nature in terms of extracting water in any place. The nature processes are way more efficient and simpler than anything that we could create.

gunnut
03 Mar 06,, 19:17
Theirs a new machine that captures water from the percipitation in the atmosphere. All the machine needs is electricity to run on.

My cat bowl sitting outside is filled with water today. I think something called "rain" happened last night while I was asleep.

RustyBattleship
10 Mar 06,, 04:01
I am thoroughly dissappointed in you guys. Here's a young man, not 17 yet, who is trying to learn things and converse with you so-called experts. So instead of teaching him you insult him. If you have enough time on your hands to try to write a teatise on almost every thread on this board, you have enough time to be patient and TEACH.

Oh yes, one more thing, there is only one place I know of on Earth where there is not enough humidity to extract water from the atmosphere. It's in Ethiopia where a B-25 went down in WW II.

Otherwise even the fanciful "dry heat" of Arizona still has enough humidity in the air that can be extracted. If you are really thirsty, such a device can come in real handy.

Officer of Engineers
10 Mar 06,, 04:32
He was a troll, sir, not a knowledge seeker. With the the availability of the Web and especially google, he should not be making such stupid posts.

Confed999
10 Mar 06,, 04:49
he should not be making such stupid posts.
And this was not the only one...

RustyBattleship
10 Mar 06,, 15:55
He was a troll, sir, not a knowledge seeker. With the the availability of the Web and especially google, he should not be making such stupid posts.
If that is your honest opinion, backed up with proof of some sort, then just ignore him. Don't resort to insults. That just keeps the SNERTS coming back for more.

Officer of Engineers
10 Mar 06,, 16:28
If that is your honest opinion, backed up with proof of some sort, then just ignore him. Don't resort to insults. That just keeps the SNERTS coming back for more.
http://www.worldaffairsboard.com/search.php?searchid=229351

Proof enough?