17 year old kid developed cheap way to make salt water potable

17 year old kid develops cheap way to make salt water potable

Why does scientists focus that much at that ten percent if we deal with the 90 percent?

This kid is amazing. The 17-year-old Chai developed a logic technology to turn salt water into fresh water.

Over 70 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water, but only a fraction of it is fresh water. Scientists know how to get the salt out of seawater, but have so far not found an affordable way to do that inexpensive on a large scale.

Chaitanya Karamchedu seens to have the solution.

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Underground water buffer resolves freshwater deficit Agriculture

water storage, fresh water, technology, agriculture, sustainable infrastructure, reverse osmosis, salty water, climate change

The underground water buffer creates a robust freshwater supply, without expensive reversed osmosis

Climate change must take into Northern parts of the world with wetter winters and drier summers. That means less fresh water in the period when farmers there are most in need.

Underground water buffers will help the farmers. Since the summer 2015, a new underground water storage technique has been tested successfully. Read More