Water is the lifeblood of plants and animals.
It is the fuel that keeps plants and livestock going and ensures they stay alive.
But as we all know, water can be toxic and even fatal.
In the United States, millions of people have died from drinking contaminated water.
Now a team of scientists at Columbia University has found a new way to filter out contaminants and potentially help people avoid them.
They are calling it the Blue Sea System.
The team developed a device that they say could help people eliminate toxins, improve their digestive systems and make them healthier.
The Blue Sea Solution, which they call a system that allows people to filter the oceanic water in their own homes, is a novel system that could provide much needed relief to millions of Americans who are experiencing waterborne illnesses, according to the team.
The system uses a special system of tubes and tubes of different sizes to collect water from a filter that is placed inside the mouth of the recipient.
It uses a specially designed valve to extract water from the system.
The team, led by researchers from the Columbia Lab of Public Health, says that their Blue Sea solution can provide health benefits for people and animals, which includes helping to prevent waterborne illness.
They believe it could help reduce deaths from waterborne diseases like diarrhea, gastroenteritis and pneumonia.
The researchers say their system could reduce deaths by 90 percent.
“Our solution is a very simple device, which is very flexible and can be used to collect and use water at the same time,” said Dr. Joanna Voskova, an associate professor of medicine and environmental medicine at Columbia and one of the authors of the paper.
“It is the perfect device for water purification.”
The Blue Sea is a highly purified form of water that comes from the Pacific Ocean.
It comes in a variety of colors, depending on its color and quality.
The water that people drink, on the other hand, is very expensive.
To make the solution, the team used a method called reverse osmosis that is used to remove bacteria and other contaminants from the water.
The technology allows the water to be filtered and then sent to the recipient’s home.
The device can filter the water for up to one month at a time and then send the water back to the laboratory.
The scientists say the system could save as many as 20 million lives annually if it worked for every person in the United State.
It could be a boon for those who live in areas with poor water quality, like rural areas, where the water is highly contaminated and the water often has high levels of heavy metals.
The paper will be published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
“It’s a simple device that can help people reduce deaths,” Vosksova said.
“In the end, we think this would help many people in the future because we believe that people who can drink more water, which in turn, helps reduce deaths, would have a healthier life.”