"the Princeton team specifies that the kit can also work in reverse"
You ain't trying that one on me ! My trousers drop for no boffin !!
In news sure to delight topheavy Z-list celebrities everywhere, US boffins funded by shadowy federal agencies say they have developed a new kind of silicone implant which can generate electrical power from the movements of the bodily area in which it is placed. The new technology, developed at Princeton University in the …
Don't tell me it's Friday already!
Wow!, where did that week go to.
"..was memorably described as nothing more than "two bags of silicone" recently - she would presumably be able to jumpstart a truck merely by loosening her lingerie and doing a few brisk knee bends." .... The mind boggles.
Why should we have to have those things implemented under our skin ? Couldn't they work just as well in, say, pads between our feet and our shoes ? Seems to me there's enough squeezing there to do some good in leccy generation.
Add pads in pant seats and you'll have all the beancounters running their computers without need of a plug. And they'll be exercising as well ! Medical and economical issues gone in one stroke of genius !
Send my check to my lawyer.
As I read it, the body parts involved have to be capable of actually moving, in order to generate any power. If that's the case, then most existing examples wouldn't be able to generate enough power to keep their staple guns on stand-by.
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