Great Source of Cheap Power

Posted on February 8, 2014 12:00 pm

Researchers have developed a tiny implantable battery that converts the constant movement of organs such as the heart, lungs, and diaphragm into energy.

Bet it could run an electric car if they hooked it up to the necks of Obama’s yes-men at MSNBC.

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7 Responses to “Great Source of Cheap Power”

  1. jw says:

    hook it up to sandra fluke’s diaphragm. you could power the earth.

  2. Joan of Argghh! says:

    That’s way better than those “one weird trick” advertisements!

  3. Harvey says:

    @2 – if they could harness “must… resist… urge… to click” as a power source, I could power a dozen city blocks all by myself every time I see one of those.

  4. Oppo says:

    “Hey, GrAmps isn’t outputting as much power as you teenaErgs.”

    “Yeah, there’s a bit of a generation gap. “

  5. Oppo says:

    Lower abdomen power generators:
    Solar plexus panels
    Breaking wind turbines
    and
    “Look out! You’ll get erectrocuted!”

  6. Glenn555 says:

    “Look out! You’ll get electrocuted!” Only after 4 hours. (Call a doctor)

  7. Steve H says:

    In all seriousness, you couldn’t hook something like that up to a heart (or other vital organ) without adding resistance. When you exercise or perform some other stress, you would need to “put in the clutch” or risk a cardiac event. Let the libtards be the first test group (assuming you can find any with an actual heart).

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