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Self-Made Light in Slums of Philippines (9 pics)

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  • 31 May, 2012  |
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One bottle of water with 3-4 teaspoons of bleach brings light to many families who are living in Philippines slums.

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№1 Author: phowshow (31 May 2012 04:30) Total user comments: 240


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04 04 04 this is how the government run my motherland philippines
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№2 Author: quackers (31 May 2012 11:22) Total user comments: 4830


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How`s this working ,.,.
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№3 Author: hof (31 May 2012 11:51) Total user comments: 200


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that's originally from brazil not the philippines. give credit to the original inventors.
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№4 Author: Nsibai (31 May 2012 13:49) Total user comments: 5694


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bravo
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№5 Author: Lu (31 May 2012 21:23) Total user comments: 15082


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Make the best of what you have.
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№6 Author: verdecauncastravete (31 May 2012 22:10) Total user comments: 1239


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while 300 parliamentarians leading a life of luxury...fuck politicians
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (1 Jun 2012 10:56) Total user comments: 10324


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That's pretty awesome! I'm testing that!
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№8 Author: phowshow (1 Jun 2012 12:28) Total user comments: 240


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get over it hof!philippines and brazil doesnt any account that they shared cultures since pre hispanic times, the good thing about this is to share to everybody else, nothing to do with the credits, grow up man!!!!!


make a hole in your roofs that would fit the transparent container that you are going to use
,water is fine but add bleach is better, seal it with some kind of roof sealant so the bottle wont fall off, the water and bleach absorbs the light from the sun and it illuminates, the lower portion of the bottles reflects, thats what the bottle lits up.
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№9 Author: fairmania (1 Jun 2012 23:49) Total user comments: 1436


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I am afraid that hof is right phowshow, the only difference being that in Brazil they put an old film canister over the lid to stop the plastic degrading in the sunlight.

hof is simply pointing out the origins of the idea, nothing more, nothing less!

Wherever it come from, this is a wondefully simple idea though, and one that helps people live better lives, however poor they are. Probably something that a few of the more 'advantaged' countries could try in an effort to reduce their energy consumption.

Who knows?!?
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№10 Author: johnny Reynoso (2 Jun 2012 23:30) Total user comments: 3712


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04 GOOD JOB
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№11 Author: adzhoe (2 Jun 2012 23:38) Total user comments: 14959


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making do.
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№12 Author: mahedi (3 Jun 2012 12:24) Total user comments: 10772


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Amazing, This is good job
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№13 Author: Shadoglare (4 Jun 2012 06:49) Total user comments: 499


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The old huge sailing ships used to use similar "technology" to bring light below decks, though they used glass, not plastic and water.
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№14 Author: cherrygarcia14 (6 Jun 2012 18:50) Total user comments: 2278


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04 not bad at all
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