oh no … this might piss some people off…. don’t worry it has “s’more” in it….

pee powered or acid rain powered… compressed air motorcycle/motoped

ropelled by compressed air, the O2 Pursuit can go 100 kilometers on a single tank, and up to 140 kilometers per hour (87 mph), according to Dean Benstead, the graduate of RMIT University, in Melbourne, who designed it.

pedal power aspect….

https://motoped.com/shop/motoped-frame-kit/

Air Venturi Carbon Fiber 4500 PSI HPA fill system

tanks are protected with metamaterials like armidillo armor…

both inside and outside… meaning…

“programmable” meta-material.

http://www.fallbrooktech.com/nuvinci-technology

 

this would “replenish” them together

the microfluidic pee batteries power a 5000psi thermoacoustic air compressor…

http://www.google.com/patents/US8181460

http://www.aster-thermoacoustics.com

steerabel bass arrays inside thermoacoustics

this should solve most world air and water pollution problems for both cities and rural areas.. from “industrialization”.. from “fossil fuel vehicles”…. etc…

china.. india.. usa.. europe.. africa…etc…

pee is sustain able…

compressed air/co2 is abundant…

metals to produce it are already mined…. and refined…recycled….

anyone can build it… and use it as long as there is pee or (polluted) or acid ph water…etc… lemons.. etc…

In a sustainable society, nature is not subject to systematically increasing …

  1. … concentrations of substances from the earth’s crust (such as fossil CO2 and heavy metals),
  2. … concentrations of substances produces by society (such as antibiotics and endocrine disruptors),
  3. … degradation by physical means (such as deforestation and draining of groundwater tables),

…and in that society …

  1. … there are no structural obstacles to people’s health, influence, competence, impartiality and meaning.

have a great… good day….

praise God

much love…

hmmm… coming up names for… “inventions”..

are always.. fun… “is it causation or correlation”?

flatulence.. languages sci fi… still researching it…soon

  1. Air biscuit
  2. Air tulip
  3. Anal audio
  4. Anal exhale
  5. Anal salute
  6. Anus applause
  7. Answering the call of the wild burrito
  8. Ass acoustics
  9. Ass flapper
  10. Back draft
  11. Back-end blowout
  12. Back blast
  13. Baking brownies
  14. Bark
  15. Barking spider
  16. Barn burner
  17. Beef
  18. Beep your horn
  19. Belching clown
  20. Benchwarmer
  21. Blast
  22. Blat
  23. Blurp
  24. Blurt
  25. Bomber
  26. Boom-boom
  27. Booty bomb
  28. Booty cough
  29. Bottom blast
  30. Bottom burp
  31. Booty belch
  32. Break wind
  33. Brown cloud
  34. Brown haze
  35. Brown thunder
  36. Bubbler
  37. Bull snort
  38. Bumsen burner
  39. Bung blast
  40. Burner
  41. Burp out the wrong end
  42. Bust ass
  43. Butt bazooka
  44. Butt bongos
  45. Butt cheek screech
  46. Butt dumpling
  47. Butt sneeze
  48. Butt trumpet
  49. Butt tuba
  50. Butt yodeling
  51. Cheek squeak
  52. Cheeser
  53. Colon bowlin’
  54. Cornhole clap
  55. Cornhole tremor
  56. Crack concert
  57. Crack splitters
  58. Crap call
  59. Cut one
  60. Cut the cheese
  61. Drifter
  62. Droppin’ stink bombs
  63. Duck call
  64. Exercise the meat nozzle
  65. Exhume the dinner corpse
  66. Fanny beep
  67. Fanny frog
  68. Fecal fume
  69. Fire in the hole
  70. Fizzler
  71. Flatus
  72. Floater
  73. Fluffy
  74. Free speech
  75. Frump
  76. Gas
  77. Get out and walk Donald
  78. Great brown cloud
  79. Grundle rumble
  80. Grunt
  81. Gurgler
  82. Heinie hiccup
  83. Hisser
  84. Honker
  85. Horton hears a poo
  86. Hot wind
  87. Hottie
  88. Human hydrogen Bomb
  89. Insane in the methane
  90. Lay an egg
  91. Let Polly out of jail
  92. Mouse on a motorcycle
  93. Nasty cough
  94. O-ring oboe
  95. One-man salute
  96. Orchestra practice
  97. Panty burp
  98. Peter
  99. Pewie
  100. Pi p
  101. Poof
  102. Poop gopher
  103. Pootsa
  104. Pop tart
  105. Power puff
  106. Puffer
  107. Putt-putt
  108. Quack
  109. Quaker
  110. Raspberry
  111. Rattler
  112. Rectal turbulence
  113. Ripass
  114. Ripper
  115. R oar from the rear
  116. Rump ripper
  117. Rump roar
  118. Silly cyanide
  119. Slider
  120. Sphincter siren
  121. Sphincter whistle
  122. Spitter
  123. Split the seam
  124. Squeaker
  125. Stale wind
  126. Steam-press your Calvins
  127. Steamer
  128. Step on a duck
  129. Step on a frog
  130. Stink it up
  131. Stinker
  132. Stinky
  133. Taint tickle
  134. Tear ass
  135. Testing in the Levi wind tunnel
  136. Thunder from down under
  137. Thurp
  138. Toot your own horn
  139. Tootsie
  140. Trouser cough
  141. Trouser trumpet
  142. Trunk bunk
  143. Turd tremors
  144. Turtle burp
  145. Tushy tickler
  146. Under thunder
  147. Wallop
  148. Whiff
  149. Whoopee
  150. Whopper

 

 

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