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PostSubject: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:13 am

Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region


 
11/07/2018

Economy News _ Baghdad

The Ministry of Transport, on Wednesday, the government's intention to buy water through the vessels of the basin of neighboring countries to satisfy the thirsty residents of Basra province, the junction of the Tigris and Euphrates, in the latest indication of the magnitude of the worsening crisis in Iraq called the country of the two rivers.

A statement issued by the ministry said that "under the direction of the Prime Minister, the pelvic vehicles of the Ministry of Transport will go to Basra to provide fresh water and distribute it free of charge to the residential districts throughout Basra. holy".

"The vessels assigned to bring water to the ports of the region have been assigned to do the same task quickly."

He pointed out that "the companies affiliated to the Ministry of Transport, will be equipped with residential areas fixed pools fill with fresh water, from time to time, and periodically in the basins of the ministry."

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=12880
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:14 pm

Hi RamblerNash



I saw a YouTube video about the devastation of Iraq communities caused by drought. I'm curious if the powers that be were aware of new technologies that could assist with this dilemma. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/new-solar-powered-device-can-pull-water-straight-desert-air 


This new solar-powered device can pull water straight from the desert air

sciencemag.org



Here are two additional links that show this innovation in action.



Tower collects Water From Air



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjGVRuN9akM



An Israeli Company WaterGen is Generating the Water From Air



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s17rgrbyR4


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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:40 pm

This technology has been around for years, it's just that the PTB and the elite don't want it out, as it will cut into their bottom line of control-That would be great, however, to have a gadget that would let you have as much water as you needed, without depending on the local water authority-FREE water, you just can't go wrong there, can you?
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:16 pm

The fact that ISIS could sneak a large cave boring machine into the country, yet we cant get a  free water system into the hands of desperate citizens is baffling. 
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:55 pm

It is sad, I know-You see, BIG money will buy the simplest, yet cheapest things, but we are at a loss to prosper from anything remotely like it-
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Thu Jul 12, 2018 3:29 am

@GirlBye wrote:
Hi RamblerNash



I saw a YouTube video about the devastation of Iraq communities caused by drought.

Yes, water is an issue for Iraq at this time.

I'm curious if the powers that be were aware of new technologies that could assist with this dilemma.
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/new-solar-powered-device-can-pull-water-straight-desert-air 


Sorry, but I'm going to debunk this one. I've seen this before, but not from this site. I'll post at the bottom.

This new solar-powered device can pull water straight from the desert air

sciencemag.org




Here are two additional links that show this innovation in action.



Tower collects Water From Air



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjGVRuN9akM


Am I missing something here? The tower I'm seeing is more like artwork.


An Israeli Company WaterGen is Generating the Water From Air



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s17rgrbyR4

As Terbo said, the technology isn't new, but you need a power source and humidity, so it's not just having the device itself. What's also interesting about that company is that they make devices that take polluted water and turn it into drinkable water. Wink 


What I'm seeing on the sciencemag link is a picture of what somebody made up from a computer cpu cooler, turned upside-down with a plastic box and some sort of solar? panel put on top.




Here's the computer cpu cooler they used:



http://www.techpartswarehouse.com/product/DE-W4254-Dell-P4-CPU-Heatsink-Assembly-Xeon-Nocona-Prescott-SMT-TMD-4671.cfm


It's not a condenser plate as they stated and the size of the cpu cooler can fit in he palm of your hand.


When I see something like this posted in an article, I tend to dismiss the rest as not being represented with much truth.


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For any of these devices to work, they need humidity. I'm sure that everyone has seen a glass of their favorite iced beverage "sweat" or seen a puddle of water under a vehicle with air conditioning. These devices are just collecting that water.


Here is a basic diagram that shows how it works:




The other part, in addition to having "moist air", is having a power source to run the compressor and pump.


These devices are designed to provide safe, clean drinking water. The size of the device and the amount of the "moist air" available determines how can be made. They don't produce a tremendous amount water.



In Iraq's case, the climate is rather dry throughout most of the country during the summer months. While this technology may provide some drinking water, if they can provide power, it doesn't address their agriculture needs.
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:24 am

Good morning Rambler Nash cool diagram  Very Happy
I see your point regarding the look of the water device (CPU thingy) I specifically went to http://www.sciencemag.org because it is an accredited source run by educated people interested in scientific advances.  


My other two links address water need for regions that are hot, dry and have severe water scarcity.  
There are places where this technology is already used for agricultural purposes. 




Warka Water would be a great first step


https://upliftconnect.com/capturing-fresh-water/


This next device that pulls water from arid regions looks like a fish aquarium to me, but was developed by some great minds at MIT


http://news.mit.edu/2018/field-tests-device-harvests-water-desert-air-0322



sometimes great things come in strange packages.
Well that's my 2 cents, have a great morning. coffee  
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:58 am

G'morning, everyone!! Just 4 shits and giggles, look at the water that comes out of an air conditioning unit when it is running, so, in essence, with a big enough A/C unit, why couldn't anyone collect the moisture/water from one of those, filter it, purify it, and use that, as it is another prime source of water, and free for everyone to use- question
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq starts buying water from countries in the region   Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:35 pm

A study reveals a new way to increase rainfall



10-09-2018 10:53 AM

A new study shows that the installation of solar panels and wind turbines in the desert can increase precipitation rates and increase the proportion of green areas.

The construction of wind farms and the installation of solar panels in desert areas could contribute to preventing climate change as previously recognized, but the new research revealed by researchers that it may cause Change of another kind contributes to the transformation of the desert into green areas.

The team of researchers at the University of Illinois, USA, simulated the impact of solar panels capacity of 79 tW and wind farms can generate 3 t of electricity, indicating that they reflect their aspirations for what will become renewable sources of energy in the future and not compared to what exists At present.

Wind farms and solar panels provide an important source of energy for the time being, which the world is seeking to use on a large scale to phase out the use of fossil fuels, the main source of carbon dioxide, which causes global warming on Earth.

The idea of ​​working wind turbines is to mix the warm air in the upper layers, with the less hot currents in the layers closer to the earth, while working solar panels to reduce the size of sunlight reflected in the direction of the atmosphere, according to the newspaper 'The Independent 'Which indicated that the study was conducted in the Sahara regions of Africa and the Middle East.

http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=171953
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