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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 12:49 pm 
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Bacteria normally found 30 kilometres above Earth have been identified as highly efficient generators of electricity.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 212614.htm
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Nice! Being able to efficiently collect and grow the biofilm might be a huge barrier on this being viable for energy though.


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It will take all kinds of energy so it's all good as far as alternative energy sources. Every little bit helps. :)
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It will take all kinds of energy so it's all good as far as alternative energy sources. Every little bit helps. :)
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If you think about it, it could very well be better for this PMR that we don't have "free energy" given the percentage of kindergarteners here. It might tilt the balance too far towards a certain negative direction in collective PMR consciousness growth.


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From what I have seen of this, it is more a matter of a relatively cheap way to produce energy at a low level in an area far away from electrical grids in perhaps the midst of Africa or Asia where perhaps water and some cow manure might be available to feed the bacteria. Power a reading light at night and a child's laptop for educational purposes.

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