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Originally posted by snewpers
So uhm... no side-effects to this thingie then?
Originally posted by Starchild23
I've said it before, I'll say it again: We have the technology and intellect to create a utopia...we just choose to remain animals.
Originally posted by 0bserver1
Maybe its usage could be more reliable then the batteries they now use, the distant radius now is not that high..But can those bacteria be recharged or do we have to feed them...?
Originally posted by Evanzsayz
reply to post by TheGreatest
I don't know, something sounds suspicious to me. How did they find this in all places a river...what the hell were they looking for in the river in the first place.
In some oceans when the night is dark enough, you can see the waves glow as the water stirs. This is caused by phytoplankton called dinoflagellates. They give off a soft blue glow when disturbed. The chemicals they use are similar to the ones causing lightning bugs to glow.
Originally posted by Pigraphia
I wonder how effective this could be.
They say it can power appliances in developing nations.
That sounds like it's low yield.
Still they also said it filters/cleans water so it's a two birds with one stone thing.
Touching bases on something someone said in the dolphin right thread, find a way to integrate this into our bodies possibly the colon and we could have the necessary power source for nano bots and other mechanical items to extend our life.