CHEAP GEL FILM PULLS BUCKETS OF DRINKING WATER PER DAY FROM THIN AIR

Cheap gel film pulls buckets of drinking water per day from thin air. Can produce 13 L (3.4 gal) of water a day per kilogram of gel. Film is made of cellulose and konjac gum, a widely used food additive. Can be made into basically any shape needed, and scaled up easily and at low cost. Could be used in remote areas and developing countries where water is scarce.
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