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Flexer's picture
Flexer
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Wasted talent indeed :|

ashiezorz's picture
ashiezorz
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all good ideas

firstscion's picture
firstscion
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I think there is a show on the discovery channel where they did the revolving door generator.

Telruya's picture
Telruya
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One Starbucks could keep The state of new york going for years.

jayaline's picture
jayaline
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Problem is the money generated from the electricity in NY would go right to National Grid who would manage to waste every penny. ><

liesdamnlies's picture
liesdamnlies
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I am highly amused by the fact that the revolving door is rotating in the opposite direction of the arrow :D
(Jam lookim it up in the engyneery books backwards? D: )

hawkbat2001's picture
hawkbat2001
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The Funeral home reminds me of a story i heard out of Dallas, where a woman got a set of vases for christmas and one had a urn id tag stamped on the bottom.

That would creap me right out that i got a used urn for christmas....

autumndreamer's picture
autumndreamer
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i just saw an article on ecogeek.org on revolving doors generating power... which is all i wanted to say, but then i saw the new, improved, easier, lazier sign in for commenting, and now i am happy and fulfilled :)

bkblade's picture
bkblade
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lies - I think that's how a generator works. =p
But the revolving door idea is friggin genius. Like, totally genius x_x

kinfiel's picture
kinfiel
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I'm quite fond of the cremation idea, it made me grin.

TryScience's picture
TryScience
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Didn't they do the Crematorium thing in Brave New World?

Jam's picture
Jam
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liesdamnlies wrote:I am highly amused by the fact that the revolving door is rotating in the opposite direction of the arrow :D

Augh you're right, I was so tired that day =_=

TryScience wrote:Didn't they do the Crematorium thing in Brave New World?

I don't know, I never read that book... it was during the grades where I switched schools.

kyobi's picture
kyobi
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Speaking of efficiency, mit is making an exercise bike that will power your laptop. I always thought it would be nice to exercise while I surf the web or watch a movie.

Radikal's picture
Radikal
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tomorrow = 10 days since u posted this, where is new? ;_;

Radikal's picture
Radikal
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tomorrow = 10 days since u posted this, where is new? ;_;

Radikal's picture
Radikal
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sorry for double post -.-... uuh.. triple

Zombiedude's picture
Zombiedude
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wait, that arrow is going in the right direction...also that's a very happy looking battery.

NeonBuddha's picture
NeonBuddha
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I too am a caffeine zombie. (HAIL TO OUR BEANLIKE MASTERS!!!!!!)

loserbum3's picture
loserbum3
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Holland is using your ideas!

http://ecoworldly.com/2008/12/04/holland-puts-a-new-spin-on-old-technology-to-combat-climate-change/

Jam's picture
Jam
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loserbum3 wrote:http://ecoworldly.com/2008/12/04/holland-puts-a-new-spin-on-old-technology-to-combat-climate-change/

SWEET!

Mr Awesome's picture
Mr Awesome
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Ima stealin that last one!

teddybearprincess's picture
teddybearprincess
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LOVE the third idea. XD

oldbushie's picture
oldbushie
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Build a gym in which you pay people to exercise on the machines, which in turn add energy to the grid. Instant economic recovery and reduction in obesity!

Tamfang's picture
Tamfang
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My mom replaced a CFL with incandescent because the lamp in question is in the coldest corner.

Robin Goodfellow's picture
Robin Goodfellow
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Like the last one the best.

Amake's picture
Amake
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In my town it's become the sign of high class establishments to have a slowly, slowly revolving door powered by electricity. Possibly to prevent people from running recklessly. Using a door to generate power seems like a much better idea.

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