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BRAZILIAN INVENTS FREE LIGHTING

Wednesday August 14th, 2013
BRAZILIAN INVENTS FREE LIGHTING

Brazilian mechanic Alfredo Moser has invented a methos of lighting his house during the day without using any electricity. All he uses are clear plastic bottles filled with water and a drop or two of bleach.
He then inserted the bottle through holes cut in his roof and sealed them. The bottles then refracts the sunlight and act like bulbs. Apparently they work best with a black cap or a film case or black tap.

The inventor explained, 'Add two capfuls of bleach to protect the water so it doesn't turn green [with algae]. The cleaner the bottle, the better... You fix the bottle in with polyester resin. Even when it rains, the roof never leaks - not one drop...An engineer came and measured the light,' he says. 'It depends on how strong the sun is but it's more or less 40 to 60 watts.'

'I didn't make any design drawings... It's a divine light. God gave the sun to everyone, and light is for everyone. Whoever wants it saves money. You can't get an electric shock from it, and it doesn't cost a penny.'

Moser has fitted the bottle lamps in neighbours' houses and the local supermarket.
'There was one man who installed the lights and within a month he had saved enough to pay for the essential things for his child, who was about to be born. Can you imagine?'
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