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Water Bed with the Perfect Wave

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First I was thinking of a cradle bed which it seemed jutta and the Shakers had baked years ago. This more sophisticated model would utilize two lines of pumps, in the form of a cross, immersed in a waterbed. The pumps, powered by alternating current, would cause some of the water to flow towards the head and then towards the feet, from side to side or in a circular motion. The speed of the rocking would approximate that caused by a restless bed mate having a bad dream. This swell bed would either put you quickly to sleep or have you heaving over the railing.
FarmerJohn, Apr 29 2002

A water bed that massages with waves. http://www.aqualax.com/e_products.html
This bed is getting close to this idea. [Aristotle, Oct 21 2004]


       These lame notions are all the better you two could come up with as a use for the "perfect wave" in bed? Good grief.
bristolz, Apr 30 2002

       Really. Lame-O. Those guys wouldn't recognize a wave physics workshop if they slept on one.
spartanica, Apr 30 2002

       Or bring your laptop and visit the halfbakery while surfing on the perfect wave.
FarmerJohn, May 02 2002


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