The Drinkable Book!

@bookbar (1612)
Sudbury, England
October 7, 2015 1:54pm CST
What a super and useful,even 'life -saving' idea to come up with, for under-developed nations' for whom drinkable water supplies, are a major problem. The Drinkable Book, as it's called not only teaches people the need and how to clean their drinking water, but each book page, is a removable water filter, coated in silver nano particles, that effectively filter contaminated water, and importantly also kill 99,999% of bacteria.. So whoever came up with this, should be awarded an accolade for innovation, and real health help, as many kids die, from drinking contaminated water, in many countries! source:WTF.com
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@Asylum (48215)
• Manchester, England
7 Oct 15
This is an exceptionally practical item to conceive, which makes a change from people creating useless item such as mobile apps that do the same thing as numerous other apps already available.
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@bookbar (1612)
• Sudbury, England
8 Oct 15
Even if it only furthers their understanding of the need for Clean water in their kids' health...
@Asylum (48215)
• Manchester, England
8 Oct 15
@bookbar That is a point that I had overlooked. many people would have no or little education and would be so accustomed to drinking from a specific source that they do not even consider the danger exists.
• United States
7 Oct 15
It really is a massively cool invention. I had seen about this a while ago. I know this will be a help to all who get it.
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@gudheart (12740)
8 Oct 15
I wonder how much it would cost!
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@inertia4 (27792)
• United States
7 Oct 15
That is pretty innovative I must say. Although it is a great idea, I bet that it would never go over big. Although, in those parts of the world that need clean water, I am sure it will be a hit.
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@bookbar (1612)
• Sudbury, England
8 Oct 15
It will only be directed toward those who drink contaminated water on a daily basis, getting them to accept that CLEAN water is essential..
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@inertia4 (27792)
• United States
8 Oct 15
@bookbar I agree as it should be. I was just saying that is it were available to the masses it wouldn't go over so big. But this is a needed thing for those poor countries.
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@MALUSE (46033)
• Uzbekistan
7 Oct 15
Sounds good but what when all pages are used up? People must have the opportunity of boiling water and must be taught and trained to do so.
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@bookbar (1612)
• Sudbury, England
8 Oct 15
Getting people to understand the need for Clean water would be a start..
@LadyDuck (189098)
• Switzerland
8 Oct 15
This is a great first step to teach people that they have to drink clean water.
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• Delhi, India
8 Oct 15
I hope it reaches the faethest places, where this is actually needed.
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@indexer (2365)
• Leicester, England
7 Oct 15
Let's hope that people use it properly - there have been many incidents of instructions being misunderstood and well-meaning projects going wrong as a result.
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@gudheart (12740)
8 Oct 15
That is amazing! Pretty impressive stuff indeed :D