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anti-gravity custard-filled, genetically engineered perpetual motion device

Now with nanotechnology!
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Genetically engineer some super-bacteria to metabolize starch from alcohol. Feed them some beer. Mix the starch with water. This is fuel, buffer, and coolant. Inside a tank of this stuff, use the heat from the metabolism process to constantly churn the beer-custard mix. Design the container so that it circulates in a consistant pattern. Put nano-particles of magnets into the churning froth. Use them to operate an ion engine that sprays ionzed beer. Use gyroscopes to keep the spray(jet) pointing toward the ground.

Now, the only question is how to get unlimited free beer. I leave that minor detail to my devoted readers.

Voice, Oct 24 2007

Two Cups Two Cups Of Coffee
Spoof of "It's x, only bigger." [theleopard, Oct 25 2007]

Jam and Bees Bee-Releasing Jam-Filled Banjo Leg
Spoof of in-joke bun hunger. [theleopard, Oct 25 2007]


       The choice of category is simple: [Voice] is amalgamating all of the HB's despised fantasy technologies and unprovable scientific theories into one idea in order to attract bones, just as a troll might. At the same time he's acknowledging this in the category to poke fun at those that use these technologies in their ideas, whilst winking at the rest of us.   

       [Voice] you really should have included RFID tags.
theleopard, Oct 24 2007

theleopard, Oct 24 2007

       Here's a bun, although you left out the LED sign.   

       Poor genetic engineering. Nobody knows how computers work anymore yet people are still allowed to use those in inventions. And both are pervasive technology.   

       Anyhow. I am currently drinking home brewed beer so I don't really have a lot to say, other then its tons better to drink it then read about it.
mylodon, Oct 24 2007

       you also forgot to include a "let's all" philosophy rant to the package. rework and return by friday.
k_sra, Oct 24 2007

       sp. consistent, ionized   

       [mylodon], though nobody knows *exactly* how computers work any more, that doesn't stop almost normal people from doing innovative things with them during their regular working day. Consequently, those people can reasonably speculate about realistic new applications of existing computer technology.   

       The same cannot be said of genetic engineering.
pertinax, Oct 24 2007

dentworth, Oct 24 2007

       if it don't signal the car behind me, forget it!   

       <applies pink lippy in mirror>
po, Oct 24 2007

       does it poop out custard?
quantum_flux, Oct 24 2007

       I'm against pooping out custard, so.... [-]
quantum_flux, Oct 24 2007

       [+] for fusing several of the HB's enemies into a hybrid beast. Let's see how it turns out.
Shadow Phoenix, Oct 24 2007

       This is similar in sentiment to two cups of jam and bees.
theleopard, Oct 25 2007

       This perpetual motion machine will need 'priming' with an energy input from somewhere - how about a gym machine?
hippo, Oct 25 2007


       Hope that's what you wanted.
wagster, Oct 25 2007

       (-) I wonder... what if you had *two* of them?
jutta, Oct 25 2007

       Ah, a huge improvement.
theleopard, Oct 25 2007

k_sra, Oct 25 2007

       You forgot the piezo-electric devices.   

       Or is that too 2006?
dbsousa, Oct 25 2007

       You totally missed to incorporate time travel to your machine, honey...(then, hours passed by...)   

       We should have already brought this fire of your genius to our naked ancestors and be their gods, and should be living immortals this first wedding anniversary day darn you completely forgot! Drunken moron!   

       --------the wife said.
rotary, Apr 02 2008

       [-] Like this.
Wrongfellow, Dec 22 2010

       Hang on. This idea is totally without foundation.   

       Surely, you need to start by pointing out that a team in West Samoa has found that iodinating starch renders it 400 times sweeter than sugar, and that this can be used to stabilize it against digestion whilst discourging paedophiles?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 25 2010


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