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  • Another homemade drinking water filter

    Didn't want to hijack the other thread, but I learned about this one a while ago. I made one, and it did filter out dirt and sand. I didn't have "contaminated" water, or a means of testing it. So I took sand and dirt and threw it in the regular water.

    It's simply a clay pot in a bucket. See the link.

    http://www.shouldertoshoulder.org/Ho...20Filters.html

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    Interesting....seems to be a special clay pot though. Thanks.
    JUST CURIOUS? PRUNES ARE DEHYDRATED PLUMS. SO WHERE DOES PRUNE JUICE COME FROM?

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      Originally posted by lunicy View Post
      Didn't want to hijack the other thread, but I learned about this one a while ago. I made one, and it did filter out dirt and sand. I didn't have "contaminated" water, or a means of testing it. So I took sand and dirt and threw it in the regular water.

      It's simply a clay pot in a bucket. See the link.

      http://www.shouldertoshoulder.org/Ho...20Filters.html
      The only difference between this clay pot and one you would get from Lowe's or Home Depot is colloidial silver.

      What amazes me is these people have been drinking water that caused them to have diareah(sp), without considering BOILING it. "Hey, family, what if we were to kill the bacteria in our water by boiling it, and filter it through a T-shirt?"
      "Reject the basic assumptions of civilization, especially the importance of material possessions." "The things you own end up owning you"-Tyler Durden

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