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It has come to the attention of UBCo Energy Systems
gravity apparently increases markedly whenever children
are in the proximity of garbage, making the
aforementioned garbage far too heavy to pick up or
Consequently, UBCo have developed a number of
all of which look
remarkably like garbage and which will
strewn haphazardly in those places where children gather
in greatest number... around schools, cinemas and
This nefariously cunning scheme way soon end the
dependence upon fossil fuels; nuclear fuels and the
regionally inconsistent solar and wind energy capture
programs which have previously attracted many billions
dollars of investment and millions of hours of engineers'
So, next time you see some pimply, hirsute,
teenager step over an empty cola can on the ground,
remember that she may be saving the world, one step at
||You seem to have deleted the paragraph in between the current 4th and 5th, wherein you explain the //nefariously cunning scheme// and how it works.
||All of that detail will be in the patent application,
which we'll lodge the week of the launch. Trust me,
I'm a halfbaker.
||Books and a vertical conveyor belt.
Give all the students a reasonably heavy book to do their homework in, and they submit the homework book into a slot on the top floor, onto the conveyor bit travels down to the marking area, and then onwards to the floor that is on ground level. The book's weight pulls on the vertical conveyor belt that drives a generator.
||//it seems UBCo engineers can reach quite an altitude.//
||<Sp> it seems UBCo engineers can reach quite an attitude.
||I don't think there's enough gravity in this idea, to be