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Dew Dew Optimiser

Food and drink scoop
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Ok the name for this might not be so great. But I would love to have this. This idea started as an idea to cut the bottom off a bowl and put it in my mouth, tucking it underneath my lips so that I could fit a larger quantity of food in my mouth and then chew it at my convenience, sort of like one of those feeder tubes on a cuisinart.

But then I remembered the interstellar scoop drive where an interstellar space ship picks up its propulsive fuel on the way via a large scoop, and the various plant structures that have evolved to optimize dew, thus the name, by encouraging lots of little droplets and then coalescing them together into bigger drops and using gravity to funnel them in.

So this contraption would be one that combines the idea of an interstellar fuel scoop and a dew optimizing organic structure, but for me to wear around in public so that I never have to pay for lunch again.

There might be some kind of purification part of the process too.

But I bet if you really were able to scoop up all of the burnable stuff that flies through the air past you as you are walking around, that it would be enough energy to motivate you.

It probably also might be a lot of doo doo, thus the dew dew part of the title.

JesusHChrist, Nov 09 2015

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       what ?
FlyingToaster, Nov 09 2015
  

       You could also drink the hookah juice...
xandram, Nov 09 2015
  

       // interstellar scoop drive //   

       Sp. "Bussard Ramscoop"
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