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Treepex Mouthpiece Reportedly Turns Polluted Air Into Mineral-Infused Air

Treepex

Treepex is not a concept, but rather a real device that claims to use living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen, emulating a tree’s ability to filter polluted air into mineral-enriched air. It was developed by a Georgian, Tbilisi-based, startup using a new technology called CRISPR, which is allegedly able “to extract the DNA of actual trees to recreate the living cells that are responsible for photosynthesis” by simply inserting a cartridge into the tubular Treepex. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Steve Stiles is a retired computer professional. He has worked in the computer field since before the internet and the TRS-80. He has always loved technology, has served his country in USAF and there after worked for several high tech companies such as Singer Link Flight Simulation, Digital Equipment, KLA Instruments and Nine Mile Nuclear Power Station.

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