The computer will go to water


computer water powerNew technologies invade the market in search of the computer clean Plantbook ..


Computer water power

Years ago there was a book about the "memory of water" and explaining that this element reacts to various stimuli reporting information describing what with whom he came into contact, but expect even that could be used to build computers with low impact of pollution no one expected it .. It seems nonsensical to speak of electronic devices that go water but there are researchers at Linköping University and Aalto University, University of Sweden and Finland, who are trying to demonstrate that it is not possible this union to store information and data, instead to use common physical elements such as silicon, the researchers, led by Henrikki Mertaniemi, have published their study in the journal Advanced Materials which describe how it would be possible to create computer systems capable of using water to store data instead of just electrons. 

But how could it be possible? The researchers started by observing that two drops that may collide on a highly water-repellent surface bounce like billiard balls, no deformation in the collision, and then used this feature to store them bits of information, determining experimentally the laws that govern the drops splash after a crash. The drops are located on rails made of copper and water-repellent coated with silver, modified to level chemical with particular systems, and they move through the action of mutual collisions. On their path drops accurately retain a similar behavior of the bits of information within a digital memory, reacting with exactly the same laws, in practice, using a simpler language, generating a response to yes or no or turned on or off, just as in modern computers. Starting from this similarity could be possible to build devices that can store information without even the use of electricity and capable of performing operations of Boolean logic, which is the basis of the operation of the computer.

Mertaniemi asserted as if it had never observed this phenomenon by other researchers since it is easily verifiable in nature, adding that if you can upload via chemical reagents drops of water will also be able to control the reactions of collisions, and this permits "program" drops to control the individual reactions: Once again nature has been teaching since the first experiment Mertaniemi, I made using the leaves of the trees of his garden discovering the properties of collisions simply by observing the drops that moved on the surface of plants. Scientists hope that this discovery will pave the way for the development of new technology they already coined the name: Logical super hydrophobic drops.

But this discovery is not only because two Korean designers Seunggi Baek and Hyerim Kim, they were able to take advantage of another natural principle that the photosynthesis of plants, building a computer that functions powered by a device that simulates generating energy from water and sunlight , if you add a new product that could protect the environment and reduce power consumption. The principle on which is based their idea although it may perhaps be successful in the future, it is very simple: the Plantbook, so renamed by its builders, consists of two display thin perfectly waterproof, which when rolled up on themselves and immersed in water use hydrogen, converting it into energy releasing oxygen in the air just like the plants.

An LED will indicate when the batteries are charged and you can use that computer again: apparently the prototype built in Korea has produced results that no one expected, without malfunction. With this project one step ahead Seunggi Baek and Hyerim Kim showed the great importance of nature as a source of clean energy, both as an example and inspiration for the creation of devices totally environmentally friendly, perfectly in line with the environment.

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