The state is a monster.
A prototype of Watly, a 15-ton thermal dynamic computer, has been unveiled by an Italian entrepreneur who believes his imposing machine could be the key to resolving major developmental challenges in Africa—namely, access to clean water, electricity, and internet connectivity.
The Watly unit comes equipped with photovoltaic solar panels that produce heat and solar power. Water is then pumped into its tank that produces clean water following a vapor compression distillation process—a method that employs solar thermal energy to vaporize water and segregate contaminants (from sea salt to poisons.) A single machine can purify up to three million liters of water annually and has a lifespan of up to 15 years.'
I hated them SOOO much! I would hear the poor mouse squeak so loud, more often then not the poor thing would struggle to much to free itself it would rip a limb off.
As bad as this sounds i would put the whole trap in a bag, and smack the mouse in the head with a hammer. I know how bad that sounds but i think of it as i was putting it out of misery.
The exterminator would come once a month to lay new sticky traps, i would just as fast throw them away.
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