Submitted by Settler 1112d ago | news

Forget apps and useless startups: These four African girls have created a pee-powered generator

The Next Web- This is not your average science project.

A quartet of African teens has developed a generator that runs on urine. The talented young scientists -- Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola and Faleke Oluwatoyin, all 14, and Bello Eniola, 15 -- debuted their pee-powered contraption at Maker Faire Africa in Lagos, Nigeria (Culture)

Settler  +   1112d ago
drink up east coast. It will keep your lights on.. ;)
fatstarr  +   1111d ago
woah woah this is brilliant.
should be expanded on
Id love to drive a car powered on gas, electric and pee

hope this is real
kingPoS  +   1111d ago
If this real I hope they have beefy security. People who've created such critical diy devices have tend to end up suppressed or worse, with a target on their back.
fatstarr  +   1110d ago
yea gas companies are gonna try to eliminate them.

ex the water powered engine conspiracy. where the inventor got assisted

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