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Animal mobile phone relaying

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Sorry couldn't think of a better category.

The idea is thus...to get the animal kingdom to extend mobile phone range. They move around a lot, providing energy that could be turned into electricity. They might as well pull their own weight for a change.

Firstly, in the wake of the missing jet, subsidizing shark-fishing boats.

They can remove the fin surgically and replace it with a prosthetic containing a mobile phone repeater. Over time it should be possible to provide fair coverage.* Fit for porpoise and all that.

Also possible to do monkeys for the more remote parts of the Americas and Africa, polar bears for the north, that kind of stuff.

* Being in the water after a crash and all of a sudden your signal keeps getting stronger and stronger may not be a good sign.

not_morrison_rm, Mar 15 2014

Once again, reality out-stupids me.... http://en.wikipedia...wiki/Cell_on_wheels
COW, is a mobile cell tower on wheels [not_morrison_rm, Mar 16 2014]


       I just want to say "Moo" to this. Don't know why.
blissmiss, Mar 15 2014

       Bonobos are already quite well known for pulling their own weight.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2014

       There maybe trouble ahead...but let's face the moo-sic and dance. Sorry, best I could do.   

       Re: modulate mooing to carry data. Anyone know the bandwidth of a cow?   

       I'd be heifer so grateful is someone has the figures.
not_morrison_rm, Mar 16 2014


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