Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Power Drinker

An ordinary glass with a mass of fine copper wire coils partially filling the inside
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The coils are connected to a CPU and battery taped to the exterior of the glass. A switch connects between, sine, square or ouch, a sawtooth waveform. The frequency is Kenneth of course.
mensmaximus, Feb 04 2005

Dangerous Proposition, [mensmaximus] http://poststuff2.e....php?media=fire.wmv
Short WMV showing the possible result of such a beverage. [contracts, Feb 04 2005]

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       But what does it do? Sounds like it will just warm the liquid and create a bit of a magnetic force. Are you meaning to control ripples?
Worldgineer, Feb 04 2005
  

       What is the frequency Kenneth?
zen_tom, Feb 04 2005
  

       If it the glass were filled with ferrofluid, you could turn it upside-down when the coils were on.
bungston, Feb 04 2005
  

       Thankyou [longshot] another REM song makes slightly more sense to me now. And I'd always thought they were just being weird.   

       [Edit] after having done a search for REM's lyrics, I have returned to my original conclusion.
zen_tom, Feb 04 2005
  

       what?
brodie, Feb 04 2005
  

       This would give me Tommyrot.
gnomethang, Feb 04 2005
  


 

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