Tuesday, August 17, 2010
This one is on the lighter side:
I bet if you took the entire contents of a landfill, put it in a vat of stirring water and added a hardening catalyst and other catalysts that you would have the perfect material for paving a new road that would virtually last forever. The material would need to be ground to a uniformity and in the same manner that it took Edison thousands of tries to find the appropriate filament for a light bulb, that you could find the appropriate catalysts to convert entropic landfill material into something useable such as material for paving a road.
The consistency of this material would most likely be that of dried oatmeal on a pan I think as I eat my morning barley. It would need to be sealed at the microcellular level or there would also need to be a catalyst to purge and destroy cellular walls, thereby eliminating a water retention issue.
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT WHEN YOU EAT YOUR BREAKFEST ANYWAY??????
God Bless Those With Big Dreams
Thomas Paul Murphy
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Originally published on 08 17 2010 at : http://inventionsneeded.blogspot.com/