Even though life actually existed without them, it’s so hard to imagine not having mobile phones again. Imagine sending snail mails again that take weeks to arrive. It’s sweet, yes, but it’s not ideal for this crazy, busy world we’re living.
Good news for everyone – scientists are discovering a new cheap advancement. A new phone charger uses socks and urine to produce electricity for our gadgets. Read more in this report by Steve Smith on Medical Daily:
New Phone Charger Uses Socks, Microbial Fuel Cells, And Your Urine To Generate Electricity
People spend about three hours per day using their mobile phones. That’s not including time spent talking on them, but rather time spent texting, emailing, or using apps. With so many reasons to use them during the day, it’s only a matter of time before the phone’s battery power starts to run out. When an outlet’s out of reach, researchers from the University of Western England have found an alternative way to charge a phone, and it involves human urine. Read more…
The world consumption of electricity and energy continue to rise every month, so even though this discovery is a small step, it may serve as a big help in the future of electrical energy. After all, this new phone charger uses socks, urine, and microbial fuel cells! Who would have thought about that?!
This study needs further investigation, so unless it’s out in the market, please don’t rely on your urine to charge your phone. Hah.
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