Re: Using The Internet To Store Data
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 16:10:19 GMT
On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 06:14:21 +0000, Risto Lankinen wrote:
> Dunno, but did you know there's a way to store electricity in an extension
> cord: Plug one end to the wall and wait a while. Then unplug the cord
> from the wall and /quickly/ plug it to the free end of the extension cord
> Now, when you need some electicity, you can use the electrons trapped into
> the extension cord loop by unplugging the loop and /quickly/ plugging your
> appliance into the appropriate end of the cord.
> Patent pending.
You left out the part where the extension cord has to be 15 trillion miles
long and tightly wound around a quantum tungsten core, and your outlets
have to supply 6.8 GigaJules.
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