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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by BbbyBld, Jul 26, 2013.
This is pretty interesting and disgusting at the same time.
Studies and project like these just reassure my idea that "impossible" is just a shorter way of saying "Has yet to be done".
Hopefully, they follow up with a larger scale use for their findings. If not, then ewwww! What a science project!
Sounds like a good reason to drink beer.......I'm game.
Now that's innovation!
Lol, I'll do my part.
You working on a urine powered amp BbbyBld? Changing the name to PEEVEY? Does Hartley know about this? Our amps are #1, and now they are powered by #1........keep an eye open for our upcoming release of the #2 powered kick drum
Totally! It's going to give a whole new meaning to streaming audio.
How did you find out about the $*** kicker? It's not due for release for another 2 years!
Show me the blueprints. Show me the blueprints. Show me the blueprints.
If this gets big, we won't have to piss away so much money on the electric bill.
I recently ran across this article:
New Hybrid Corn Produces More Gas
By STAN JEFFERSON, Disassociated Press Writer
2 hrs 31 mins ago
BAKERSFIELD, CA. ¬-- A farmer in Bakersfield California has come up with a new hybrid by crossing corn with pinto beans. Julius Marx calls his new plant Beorn.
“It provides a significant increase in crop yield for beans,” Marx said. Industry leaders are excited about the new hybrid. Alternative fuel researcher Larry Feingold sees a real future for Beorn. “This new corn has a great potential for producing more gas,” Feingold said.
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