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Could very well see how this could be beneficial. I thought it was cool anyway. :cool:

Could use this as an alternative water source than say rain catch/gutter style system(s) that have been suggested already. I may elaborate more with a parts/tools crafting list.

 

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Its definatly really cool, looks kind of complicated to make though. Also this may just be me, but what would you use this for? I mean if you have a river and needed water why not just put your bottle in there and purify it. Could you tell me some of the uses for this in the apocalypse?
 
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Its definatly really cool, looks kind of complicated to make though. Also this may just be me, but what would you use this for? I mean if you have a river and needed water why not just put your bottle in there and purify it. Could you tell me some of the uses for this in the apocalypse?
Water for your garden, cooking, washing things, or watering animals... or not having to walk from your house to a river frequently, and get eaten by zombies, instead have it pumped from the river up to your house. Pretty much the same reasons you'd need water from the rain water barrels.
 

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What? No. We can't stop here. This is bat country.
Also with a strong enough current you could generate power and its reasonably quiet.
 
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Looks pretty basic really, with moderate (mid-level ;) ) mechanical knowledge and a couple items, this could be built pretty easy IMO.
 
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