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(Design & Trend)   Researchers test out new wood-based batteries, still having trouble using trees as chargers without constantly grounding out   ( ) divider line 12
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1021 clicks; posted to Geek » on 20 Jun 2013 at 10:40 AM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-06-20 09:41:52 AM  
That certainly leaves them with a challenge.
2013-06-20 10:57:02 AM

2013-06-20 11:03:25 AM  
[Insert 'Going out on a limb' pun, here.]
2013-06-20 11:36:02 AM  
Maple this will work.  Call me ash soon as they have it figured out.
2013-06-20 11:41:46 AM  
Can't they just plug into a currant bush?
2013-06-20 12:31:09 PM
Nissan has a vested interest in this technology....
2013-06-20 12:52:42 PM  
As if the Steampunk trend wasn't annoying enough -- now they have to make it all ACTUALLY WORK??
2013-06-20 01:01:31 PM  
2013-06-20 01:02:52 PM
2013-06-20 10:33:18 PM  
There is unrest in the forest, there is trouble with the trees,
For the eggheads want more current, and the leaves ignore their pleas.
<cue awesome riff>
2013-06-21 07:26:08 AM  
The Entwives will be pleased with this development.
2013-06-21 06:13:05 PM  
I can't seeing it being too poplar. Leaf me out.
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