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Eel-mobile

Electric cars are quite nice, but an eel with teeth won't suffice. That's a Moray.
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Utilize electric eels to trickle charge the batteries in cars powered by an electric motor.
Slithering the way to a shocking future power scource.

Eel physics. http://hypertextboo...BarryLajnwand.shtml
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Dec 13 2004]

The hood ornament of the Agi.... http://www.photovau...lume03/AAAV03P14_12
[normzone, Dec 13 2004]

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       Wheeeennn the
Eeels move the wheels
Like H² fuel cells
That's a Moray
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neilp, Dec 13 2004
  

       Superb. Have a big piece o' pie (well, a croissant).
lostdog, Dec 13 2004
  

       im shocked
benfrost, Dec 13 2004
  

       A long time anago, they built no more than a single one of these: Un Agi.
normzone, Dec 13 2004
  

       Give it to the driver - Eel Tel.
ConsulFlaminicus, Dec 13 2004
  

       da da dum da dee dum da de dum da dee dum, da dee da dum.....   

       Now that song is stuck in my head.....   

       +
DesertFox, Dec 13 2004
  

       This is not a novel cell phone idea?
theircompetitor, Dec 13 2004
  

       Nope.   

       //This is not a novel cell phone idea?// Ring? Vibrate? Electrocute?
nick_n_uit, Dec 15 2004
  

       //The unreal appeal of an Eel-mobile// (eel looks very funny capitalized). I saw this on a link [2 fries] - almost instant bun. (There is something far out in one of the Rama books by A.C. Clarke that uses electric beings as a power source. - I was and still am quite intrigued by it).
Zimmy, Jan 18 2006
  

       // //This is not a novel cell phone idea?// Ring? Vibrate? Electrocute?//   

       to avoid distracting others, please set your cell phones and pagers to stun.
ye_river_xiv, Aug 01 2006
  


 

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