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September 1, 2010

Moonbat Tech: Trade Sewage for Music

Posted by Dave Blount at September 1, 2010 12:44 PM

The morbid enviromoonbat obsession with human waste never stops:

So you've got a situation where you've got little or no running water. You've got a no-toilet sort of place, and that place is also in a community that's either poor or completely broke. What do you do? You look for a way to get rid that waste, but not only that, a way to turn that waste into energy. What Noa Lerner's got here is a way to do that, by rolling a barrel full of poop down the road, trading it in for boombox time! It's the X-Runner!

In this inspiringly multicultural video, a citizen of the world trades a barrel of toilet waste for energy to run his radio:

A bit more in detail: Each of these toilet barrels is sealed and nano-coated in a way that allows them to be used for a week at a time without emptying or cleaning. Once it's time to empty, the barrel is brought by an individual or a multi-barrel service to the local Biogas Plant. Once there, waste is traded for energy in the form of cooking gas, warm water for showers, or electricity. All of these forms of energy are generated by processing the human waste at the Biogas Plant. … Welcome to the future of energy!

Here's an idea: why don't we make houses out of waste? Welcome to the future of construction! Wait, someone already thought of that:


You see how much we have to learn from the Third World?

On a tip from Air2air.