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I didn’t know there were so many different researches.
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Urine powered batteries... Weird choice. tongue-out

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freeme wrote:

Urine powered batteries… Weird choice. tongue-out

If you’re looking for a sustainable alternative power source, then urine luck.

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hcanning wrote:
freeme wrote:

Urine powered batteries… Weird choice. tongue-out

If you’re looking for a sustainable alternative power source, then urine luck.


Yet another valid reason for another pint when urine the local pub
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Very interesting, but I will wait until I see the new technologies before throwing away all my flashlights and batteries, LOL.

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Yeah, when I read that something is "only" five years away, I always round up to infinity.  laughing

Another thing to keep in mind is the difference between proving the viability of some process in a laboratory and the subsequent development of cost-effective systems of mass production for that process. Proving viability is often easier than mass production.

But I love hearing about this stuff. Thanks for the link.