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Piezoelectric Chicken Suit

Self-flapping feathers
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The [link] below raises the possibility of generating small amounts of power...
csea, May 08 2016

Piezoelectricity in Chicken Feathers http://ieeexplore.i...Farnumber%3D4502689
Mechanical >< Electrical [csea, May 08 2016]

Milton Arndt und zer battery chickens http://blog.modernm...ndoor-poultry-farm/
[not_morrison_rm, May 09 2016]

The Chickening https://vimeo.com/152336237
[Ian Tindale, May 09 2016]

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       Hook it up to Hillary and we could power New York.
whatrock, May 08 2016
  

       I think there might be prior art, Milton Arndt in the 1930's quite clearly had knowledge of battery chickens.
not_morrison_rm, May 09 2016
  

       A huge leap forward in electricity gHen-eration ...
8th of 7, May 09 2016
  

       I see a movie plot, where a disgruntled chicken farmer harnesses the power of whole coops of chickens wired together to create a huge static bolt electrical doomsday machine.
RayfordSteele, May 09 2016
  

       I love it. Let's light up the chicken coop every time the rooster gets busy. Which is a lot. Yay.
blissmiss, May 09 2016
  

       By strange coincidence, I spent part of this last weekend putting an electric fence around my in-laws' chicken field, in the remote hope of keeping out a fox. I christened it Staleggluft III. (I suspect it will only serve to keep the fox in, but time will tell.)
MaxwellBuchanan, May 09 2016
  

       // disgruntled chicken farmer //   

       Heinrich Himmler was actually a failed chicken farmer.   

       He'd have been much better concentrating on raising large migratory waterfowl; if nothing else, they would have been able to do the goose-step ...
8th of 7, May 09 2016
  

       //able to do the goose-step .   

       A fowl pun...
not_morrison_rm, May 09 2016
  

       Chicken Run II, the Quickening...
RayfordSteele, May 09 2016
  

       Peter Benchley's "Beaks" ...
8th of 7, May 09 2016
  

       I wonder which came first - the chicken or the pun?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 09 2016
  
      
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