Interesting story from CNN this week on how one man plans to help you fight dehydration… Check it out here!
The history of water filtration is indelibly tied to the history of water, itself. As human industry has grown and water has become more contaminated, water filtration has emerged over the centuries in response to the growing recognition of the need for pure, clean water to drink and the realization that such water does not [...]
Just recently, Miami inducted a slew of water taxis to ferry Miamians to and fro across the seaside metropolis. For those of us not living in coastal cities, this may seem a bit strange. However, for the warm and paradisaical Miami—this new mode of transportation makes a lot of sense. The fleet will be traveling [...]
A designer’s blog post recently caught our attention. Why? Maybe it was the title, “Water Inspired”. Sound familiar? Jennifer Brouwer of Jennifer Brouwer Design posted about odd ways to incorporate water into everyday designs. From bedrooms with pools in them to a fishbowl sink, the images that Jennifer has posted are definitely cool to look [...]
On this day in 1936, the Hoover Dam was completed–ultimately providing hydroelectricity, irrigation and fresh water to California and Nevada homes!
Pretty amazing, no?
That is exactly what the folks at HyperSolar, an environmentally friendly company that aims to discover alternatives to fossil fuels, are currently developing. The company would utilize a combination of water and sunlight to create usable hydrogen fuel to power vehicles. Therefore, the car wouldn’t necessarily run on water but it would be running on [...]
It’s truly amazing what we can learn from nature. Who would have thought that observing the behaviors of an insect, would lead to the creation of an innovative and justly important product, like one used to irrigate and feed plant life and vegetation.
The “Airdrop” is just that. A creation based on the behaviors of the [...]