Wednesday, October 25, 2017



G’day my fine friends out there! How have you all been this past week? I pray all is well with your families and friends and that you are able to enjoy these beautiful autumn and spring days. 

Speaking of enjoying, a nice cool glass of crystal clear water is always enjoyable and doubly so if you are thirsty. And so I found several interesting articles on making water from air…

So it is true…water can be taken directly from the air. There are quite a few countries that are looking into it or already using it.; Israel has three different groups that have perfected the science, there’s inventors in Australia and more in
America that have also come up with techniques that work as well. 

All utilize condensation to extract moisture from the air. “There's water around us all the time, we just can't see it. The air in our atmosphere contains a varying amount of water vapor, depending on the weather. When it's hot and humid, evaporated water can make up as much as 6 percent of the air we breathe. On cold, dry days it can be as low as .07 percent of the air's makeup [source: U.S. Depart. of Energy].This air is part of the water cycle, an Earth process. Crudely put, water
evaporates out of rivers, lakes and the ocean. It's carried up into the atmosphere, where it can collect into clouds (which are actually just accumulations of water vapor). After the clouds reach the saturation point, water droplets will form, which we know as rain. This rain runs off the land and collects into bodies of water, where the whole process begins again… Water vapor amounts to about ’10,000 billion litres [about 2,600 billion gallons] in the bottom kilometere [about .62 miles] of air around the world’ [source: ABC]. What's more, this water is replaced every few hours as part of the water cycle.”1   

So during dry spells and disasters these inventions can supply water, and lots of it. All the inventions utilize some source of electricity such as wind mills, solar panels or diesel to run coolants through pipes that then collect condensation as it gathers on the outside. This condensation, which is pure water is then collected into storage bins or piped to target areas such as cities. One invention, the “AquaMagic -- pulls air directly from the area surrounding it (as do the others). Inside the machine, the air is cooled via a refrigerated coil. The air condenses, and the water is collected, purified, and released through a spigot. The
AquaMagic machine -- which currently cost about $28,000 per unit -- can produce up to 120 gallons of purified water in 24 hours, and since it's small it can be toted to disaster sites and Sub-Saharan Africa alike.”

Other inventions are large scale and can produce much more than 2,600 gallons of water per day. However, all depend on humidity in the air to be at least 25 to 30 percent. So in all but the most driest of places on Earth, these wonderful machines can help turn deserts green. 

Just like it says in Isaiah 35:1 “The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose.”  And also in Genesis 11:6 “And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.”

And next week we will see how people are trying to control the weather. So with computer technology we all have one language again, and now the deserts will bloom; more signs of the end times… 

Until next time, God bless and take care!
Willow Dressel


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