Creating condensation IS pulling water out of the air.
The evaporation of the world's water resources would compensate for any number of personal
water condensing devices--even 7 billion of them. As the humidity was lowered evaporation
would increase---the world is covered with water. No problem or even measurable effect IMO.
Where the problem lies is in corporations responsible for the profitable business of water
delivery allowing this product to market. There is big money in bottled water, BIG MONEY.
Bottled water is essentially filtered tap water purchased for almost nothing and sold
at HUGE profit. They essentially are selling a product that is nearly free, paying only the
costs of logistics, warehousing, personnel and advertising. Other companies that transport
water to high population areas with little water resources of their own would also be impacted.
This technology falls under the umbrella of the BIG three in global control; water, food, and energy.
The guys who sit at the top of these three pyramids have been doing nothing but seizing
control for the last century...they will not like this tech. The military however may save us.
They would like this tech...so only time will tell whether this new technology will reach market
or not, or these few researchers will reach old age, or be bought out with "no compete"
clauses, so the tech can be suppressed.
Reminds me of all the claims of hundred mile a gallon technology that could be crap or could be
something great but always seems to disappear. While some of these of claims can be written off,
some of them are probably viable. From personal experience, my father was a tinkering inventor,
and he rebuilt our old behemoth Ford Fairlane's carburetor and installed a device on the hood
that aspirated the gas so that the car ran on fumes. It worked. I was kid when he measured a gallon
of gas and he and I drove 78 miles on that gallon. The car ran like crap, sputtering and coughing
and would barely go, but it did go...so I know at least some of these claims we hear of are viable
and then we never hear of them again...
edit to add and afterthought...
Can you imagine drinking only pure distilled water? Maybe run it through a filter to clean air-borne
pollutants and then having pure clean water to drink with no heavy metal or fluoride or chlorine or
residual traces of chemicals or pesticides from farm run-off....no hormones or antibiotics and drugs
from flushed medicines?....The more I think about it, the more I fear this will never see the light of
day beyond and ATS thread and a little internet exposure.
edit on 27-11-2012 by rival because: (no reason given)