Free water for people in the mountains

A lot of people know about these, but there are some who don’t who could really benefit. Lets say you live in the mountains, and on your land is a steep incline. You can actually drill a hole sideways at an upward angle, and create a well that basically pours fresh clean water. There’s one I go to all the time that someone has dug near the highway on the way to where I used to live, looks like a really long pipe sticking out of the side of the hill, and the water is the best tasting water I have ever had in my life. It really is amazing.

This can actually help with my plans for HHO Generators, because then you would have a continuous water supply to go with it so you’d be all set 😀 . You could also do something fun, like taking the excess water as it comes out and having it make a small pond, pretty much just dig a big wide hole and point the water at it. Hell, if you had enough of a flow you could make a pretty good in ground swimming pool that was constantly refilled with fresh clean water. No need for chlorine either since the water would be constantly moving. Make a drain ditch coming off the side that goes toward a garden or something. Then you’d have a free pool, free water, free energy, and a garden with no need to water it since it would be getting the excess water every day.

Just throwing it out there, sometimes something pops into my head and I need to write it down before I forget.

Oh, also I was thinking, I’m going to draw out some plans, I think I can come up with a way for coastal cities to create massive generators to power their entire cities for free. That’d help a lot of people, especially since there’s always a power shortage in big cities anyway, and it wouldn’t be hard to do. I’ll make my next real post about that.

Thats all for today, I’m busy writing a sci fi book to see if anyone will publish it. It’d be awesome to see it as a TV show, who knows, right? Thanks for reading, those two or three of you who do, lol. Share if you’re awesome!

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