The solution to our energy crisis is under our very noses, if we would only open our eyes and see it. It is not solar, it is not wind, is it not oil or wood or water.
But it is right there in front of us in plain sight. We just don’t know how to harness it.
It is my firm belief that finding a way to use this energy for our cars, computers, and lights should be a top priority. Energy scientists around the world need to drop all of those old, out-moded projects they are currently working on, and figure out how to safely capture it.
And I do stress safely, because I would not want the energy producing creatures hurt in any way.
But really, there is just so much out there, I cannot believe no one has yet found a way to store it for later use. It is such a fantastic source of energy. It is abundant. It is renewable. It is everywhere in our world.
Why, I bet you have one of the creatures in your home right now. Just think of how wonderful it would be if the scientist got to work and built a gadget that recharged batteries as the creature moved around. The creatures are, after all, prone to running through the house, bouncing off walls, jumping on furniture, etc.
Come to think of it, the scientists also need to add in a noise converter too. The creatures have a tendency to emit high-pitched squeals. Surely that produces energy.
So why are you smiling? Oh, I see. You think I just described your child.
I probably did. Children are one of the greatest sources of energy of all time. Or have you not noticed what a bundle of energy you are harboring in your house?
If only we knew how to harness all that wonderful energy for the good of all mankind. Just think of what we could do. A single child would probably power an entire neighborhood for a week! Just by playing.
So scientists need to really buckle down and figure out how to safely harness all that lovely energy.
For the good of all mankind.