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It's hard to imagine that water can be used to create electricity. The two are a dangerous combination that should never mix, right. True, so never bring your stereo in the shower with you. Back to Article

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dzaystream
dzaystream wrote:
2014-04-09 07:12:45 -0700

thanks at school i needed this smile

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-09-29 15:13:40 -0700

Er bring a stereo

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What Energy Source Would U Tap Into?

  • Tap into the oceans for major hydroelectricity.
  • Solar energy is the way of the future.
  • Who needs a new energy source? We have enough already.

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