Friday, 12 September 2008

My Penis Is 10,000 Volts

I've been informed that some company in Japan has developed batteries that can be recharged with urine. Available in AA and AAA forms, they have been named "NoPoPo (Non-Pollution Power) Aqua Batteries". "Aqua" presumably meaning "urine".

The basic principle is that a mixture of magnesium and carbon reacts when mixed with a liquid to produce, in the case of the AA battery, up to 500 milliamp-hours (mAh) of life.

"Liquid" presumably meaning "urine"

Each time the battery is recharged it has a lower power level than the time before and the life cycle allows for about 3 to 5 recharges before disposing of the battery. Each battery can potentially keep its charge for up to 10 years which could be great for many life saving devices in remote locations. The batteries can be recharged with various different fluids using the new development which forms electric power using liquid as a catalyst.

"Various different fluids" presumably meaning "urine"

Since the battery does not contain mercury and other harmful materials, it can be easily disposed of without worry for the environment.



Bara said...

dude, the packet says you can use it just by pouring in water. Going for pee despite this fact seems a bit, well... twisted.

Max Felicitous said...

Yes it does. And yet, that's what they chose to experiment with.