Billboard in Peru Produces Water out of Thin Air

The world has known jugs, taps, plants etc that are used to filter water, but imagine a 50 feet tall billboard on the main road that filters water for all of its adjacent area ? Yes, this has been made possible by the University of Engineering and Technology, Lima, Peru.

This billboard is capable of actually making 100 liters (26 gallons) of water everyday out of thin air (no its not a bank and no its not creating any paper currency but it’s much better than that). It works like this: the billboard is designed the way that it captures moisture from the air and puts it through a reverse osmosis system, turning it into drinking water which is then stored in 20 liter tanks. It is capable of providing drinking water for hundreds of families per month.

Originally it was designed by Lima's University of Engineering and Technology as an advertisement for enrollment  the billboard works to overcome the lack of transportable water in the coastal desert. The resourceful design takes advantage of the atmospheric humidity of almost 98%, to counter the dangerously low annual rainfall (just over half an inch).

We all know that the government will not fund this but could this be the answer for other drought-stricken cities around the world? Can this be used in the deserts of Africa where many people die either because of the non-availability of water or because of the water born diseases? Can this method be used in cities and cosmopolitans where most of the tap water is fluoridated which is not only bad for health but also a reason for many diseases such as cancer.

Source: Goodnet 

Benefits and Uses From Coconut Oil

Found throughout the tropic and subtropics area, the coconut is known for its great versatility as seen in the many domestic, commercial, and industrial uses of its different parts. Coconuts are part of the daily diets of many people. Coconuts are different from any other fruits because they contain a large quantity of "water" and when immature they are known as tender-nuts or jelly-nuts and may be harvested for drinking. One of the byproduct of coconut is Coconut Oil, it has many benefits.


Different researches have shown that the fatty acids that are found in coconut oil are actually helpful for the digestive system. The fatty acids in coconut are known as Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFAs) which put less stress on the digestive system; this has very important implications for the patients that suffering from the problems in digestive and metabolic system. 


Anytime you cook a food, you run the risk of creating heat-induced damage. The oils you choose to cook with must be stable enough to resist chemical changes when heated to high temperatures, or you run the risk of damaging your health. One of the ways vegetable oils can inflict damage is by converting your good cholesterol into bad cholesterol—by oxidizing it.

Of all the available oils, coconut oil is the oil of choice for cooking because it is nearly a completely saturated fat, which means it is much less susceptible to heat damage. And coconut oil is one of the most unique and beneficial fats for your body.


Perhaps you have noticed the mane of thick shiny hair owned by people living in tropical coastal regions? Their secret is Coconut Oil. 


Coconut oil has a high moisture retaining capacity so it acts as an excellent moisturizer for your skin. You’ll also smell wonderful!


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