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Conserving Energy, Sexually Speaking
If that happened to me, I’d probably just fuse.

Conserving Energy, Sexually Speaking

If that happened to me, I’d probably just fuse.

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Invisible Hulk Smashes Gas Tank [Click to animate]
Hulk want SOLAR POWER!!!!!

Invisible Hulk Smashes Gas Tank [Click to animate]

Hulk want SOLAR POWER!!!!!

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Store Market’s Energy Drinks As “College Stuff”
But they forgot the frisbees.

Store Market’s Energy Drinks As “College Stuff”

But they forgot the frisbees.

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Duracell Power Check
Sigh. Even the batteries were more fun in the 90s.

Duracell Power Check

Sigh. Even the batteries were more fun in the 90s.

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CollegeHumor’s Favorite Funny Videos

Global Warming Rap Battle

Brian and Owen team up in possibly the most epic rap battle that focuses exclusively on the topics of global warming and energy efficiency that you’ll ever see. 

Obama Looks Like He’s Holding the Sun
Ummm…I think Obama has finally solved our energy problems.

Obama Looks Like He’s Holding the Sun

Ummm…I think Obama has finally solved our energy problems.

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More Specific Drink Regulations
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg raised eyebrows recently when he announced his intentions to place a city-wide ban on large sugared drinks, so we decided to come up with some other—and hopefully more helpful—ways we can control how people consume their beverages.

More Specific Drink Regulations

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg raised eyebrows recently when he announced his intentions to place a city-wide ban on large sugared drinks, so we decided to come up with some other—and hopefully more helpful—ways we can control how people consume their beverages.

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Solution to World Energy Crisis

Don’t try this at home—unless that’s where you keep your surge protectors.

(Source: College Humor)

streeter:

My friends and I used to play a game called Highway Hopping, where we’d sneak out late at night and run across I-95 right here (none of us were getting laid yet). I suppose we won the game because none of us died. We discovered that’s it’s extremely windy next to the highway because cars go fast and drag along a lot of air behind them.
We also found a homeless guy’s hideout under a bridge, but that was its own adventure. 
Anyway, I was thinking about how windy it is on the highway and how that much wind must be useful to someone, somehow, when I had the above idea: the Jersey Generator. 
After an extremely shallow investigation into how wind turbines work, I’m reasonably certain this would work. Cars go by -> The wind spins a fan -> the fan drives a shaft -> The shaft spins into a generator where, using science, electricity is created -> That electricity feeds the grid or goes into batteries, to be emptied later. Each little fan wouldn’t create too much power, but we have a lot of highways and all those little volts will add up fast. 
Here’s the real beauty of the Jersey Generator, it solves the energy crisis (as far as I can tell). If we all drive electric cars, the cars will power the generators which will power the cars which will power the generators, ad infinitum. Even if we don’t all get electric cars, the excess power created by the Jersey Generators will make car charges so cheap that owning a gas-powered car will become fiscally foolish eventually. Best of all, it’s a closed circuit, self-reliant and self-sustaining. A little tax money to maintain the infrastructure and we’ll never have to go to Iraq again! And we can use our domestic oil for it’s intended purpose: exploring space. Obviously. History will not judge us kindly if we keep using our oil to go to Wal-Mart instead of Mars. 
Can any scientists poke a hole in this? (NOTE: If you’re an oil company scientist, please keep your thoughts to yourself) 
As always, drafting by Derek Winegar. 

Streeter has come up with a very important invention. Can someone who’s great at science please tell us if it’d work?

streeter:

My friends and I used to play a game called Highway Hopping, where we’d sneak out late at night and run across I-95 right here (none of us were getting laid yet). I suppose we won the game because none of us died. We discovered that’s it’s extremely windy next to the highway because cars go fast and drag along a lot of air behind them.

We also found a homeless guy’s hideout under a bridge, but that was its own adventure. 

Anyway, I was thinking about how windy it is on the highway and how that much wind must be useful to someone, somehow, when I had the above idea: the Jersey Generator. 

After an extremely shallow investigation into how wind turbines work, I’m reasonably certain this would work. Cars go by -> The wind spins a fan -> the fan drives a shaft -> The shaft spins into a generator where, using science, electricity is created -> That electricity feeds the grid or goes into batteries, to be emptied later. Each little fan wouldn’t create too much power, but we have a lot of highways and all those little volts will add up fast. 

Here’s the real beauty of the Jersey Generator, it solves the energy crisis (as far as I can tell). If we all drive electric cars, the cars will power the generators which will power the cars which will power the generators, ad infinitum. Even if we don’t all get electric cars, the excess power created by the Jersey Generators will make car charges so cheap that owning a gas-powered car will become fiscally foolish eventually. Best of all, it’s a closed circuit, self-reliant and self-sustaining. A little tax money to maintain the infrastructure and we’ll never have to go to Iraq again! And we can use our domestic oil for it’s intended purpose: exploring space. Obviously. History will not judge us kindly if we keep using our oil to go to Wal-Mart instead of Mars. 

Can any scientists poke a hole in this? (NOTE: If you’re an oil company scientist, please keep your thoughts to yourself) 

As always, drafting by Derek Winegar. 

Streeter has come up with a very important invention. Can someone who’s great at science please tell us if it’d work?