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How many oranges is needed to fill "iPhone"


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Pretty interesting video which is showing you filling iPhone by orange slices.



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Lol interesting, I also got an iPhone, but I just recharge it in my computer.

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2380 wow :huh: I like orange lol my iphone will never have em but me yes... muahahahahaha

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i think its cheaper to pay my electric bill lol

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i think its cheaper to pay my electric bill lol

You got a point there xD

Edited by Crips+, 16 February 2010 - 11:32 AM.


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Rofl that's crazy

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Another point oranges are good for:



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That's really cool with the oranges. The ancient Egyptians may have used Grape Fruit juice in a similar fashion to make batteries for lighting in the ancient pyramids as there are no signs of torches ever being used in them or some of the ancient tombs found in Egypt.

More can be found about these ancient batteries and the theories on their uses here: The Baghdad Battery

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That's really cool with the oranges. The ancient Egyptians may have used Grape Fruit juice in a similar fashion to make batteries for lighting in the ancient pyramids as there are no signs of torches ever being used in them or some of the ancient tombs found in Egypt.

More can be found about these ancient batteries and the theories on their uses here: The Baghdad Battery


Interesting stuff. So the Sumerians discovered electricity?




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