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VIDEO: Worried About What’s In The Water? Watch “The Great Culling” Water Trailer

the great culling water trailer

As we discussed in VIDEO: Concerned About Chemtrails? Watch “The Great Culling” Official Air Trailer director Paul Wittenberger and photographer Chris Maple attempt to get some answers for you with “The Great Culling”. This documentary is based on the idea “What we eat, drink, and breathe is under attack!” Think you can escape this? As we discussed in Why Bottled Water Shouldn’t Be Popular With Minorities bottled water may not save you. In this trailer the focus is on what’s in the water. Are you a sheep about to get culled out of humanity? Well then, you need to know what’s going on!

Description: “For all of those who are unfamiliar with the term “culling”, it is simply a less harsh term than the word “killing”. Usually culling is done in animal groups when there is overpopulation of a specific species. But now it’s you. It is our time to be “Culled”. It is known as “the thinning of the herd”. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.” Is the first commandment of the Georgia Guidestones coming to fruition? Is the Great Culling being carried out now? For those who continue to not pay attention, you are the “Sheep” and you will be “culled”.”

Wanna watch the rest of this movie? Well, it’s not done yet. Donate to the filmmakers so they can finish it at thegreatculling.org

VIDEO: The Raincatch Jacket Offers Water Purification You Can Wear

Raincatch water purification jacket

Two master’s students at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, Joshua Noble and Hyeona Yang, have designed a jacket that enables the wearer to store and filter rainwater that is safe to drink on their backs. It even comes with a straw!

The project was inspired by the UN’s projection that by 2025 1.8 billion people will live in areas where water is in short supply.

The jacket is made of plastic and purifies the water via iodine and charcoal filters that can easily be changed. The purified rainwater is distributed into various pockets in the back of the coat to prevent imbalances and sloshing. The jacket’s durability has not been tested given the short project timeline.

The ingenuity displayed here is a way to approach the water issue on a micro level. Albeit a progressive solution to a pressing water crisis, we still desperately need a macro level approach.

Source: Fastco Design