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05/23/2016

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Dorcas

Energy consumed while pumping water is great. The population is growing all over the world and also climate change has really reduced the water. If we can tap the rain water in a big way we will never have shortage of water.

PATRICK kariuki

Wow! Excellent work. Interesting!

Nick

Interesting stuff! I think we're going to see pretty soon that this is going to be one of the major challenges we face as a species as the population still continues to expand.

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