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'Anaconda' harnesses wave power

By T.K. Randall
May 7, 2009 · Comment icon 2 comments

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By harnessing the power of waves the designers of a new energy device known as "Anaconda" which consists of little more than a length of rubber tubing filled with water are hoping to provide a clean, renewable source of power.
A new wave energy device known as "Anaconda" is the latest idea to harness the power of the seas. Its inventors claim the key to its success lies in its simplicity: Anaconda is little more than a length of rubber tubing filled with water. "


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Dezmond 15 years ago
Damn it, stupid misleading title. I was seriously hoping to see a surfing Anaconda. Then you would seriously be snaked by one Great they are using this to gain a potential new power source.
Comment icon #2 Posted by SincereVisionz 15 years ago
They should find a way for crafts to harness gravity or magnetic fields like those dayum UFO's so we can load the u-haul and get up out of here and move


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