Our moonbat rulers disapprove of nuclear technology and energy produced by fossil fuels, but maybe they’ll let us produce electricity with our breath:
Imagine never again having to plug your phone into a wall outlet to charge it.
That’s the world that João Paulo Lammoglia, a Rio de Janeiro-based industrial designer, imagines.
Lammoglia designed a mask, appropriately called AIRE, that uses small wind turbines to convert an individual’s breath into electrical energy, making it so that any act of breathing — even while sleeping or running — would theoretically charge your gadget.
Sorry João; breath contains CO2, a valuable plant nutrient regarded by liberals as harmful to polar bears. Back to the drawing board.
On a tip from Henry.