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An Austrian designer has created a water bottle that squeezes water from the humid air around it, providing a water source for people where water may be hard to find. Our text is about a water source as well.
For material based on today's OT text, see "Civil Servants," January 9, 2011, at HomileticsOnline.com.
When we exercise we sweat. It is our bodies' way of keeping us cool. The water we lose through that process needs to be replaced. So we fill a water bottle and attach it to our bicycle before going for a ride, fill a hydration backpack before going on a run, or take a water filtration system with us to clean lake or river water when we go on a hike with the Scouts.
Imagine what it would be like, however, if you never had to worry about carrying water, no matter where your ride, run or hike might take you. This might not be a big deal to you, but it could be a lifesaver in parts of the Third World.
Austrian designer, Kristof Retezár may have invented...