Oh Google, will you never stop surprising me? Turns out, back in 2007, Google put in a patent application for an wave-powered server farm. According to the patent, they would like to distribute data centers closer to users, but it is sometimes difficult to come across places to where to buy cheap cialis put the server farms and canadian viagra 50mg cheap electricity to power them.
Well, to solve that problem, Google thought maybe they'd put the server farms on buying real viagra without prescription a boat, and power the it's cool best prices for cialis farm itself with a web of wave-power buoys. In addition, a sea-water cooling system would keep the whole operation from overheating.
You can read the whole patent application here. I love the way Google thinks, though I'm not entirely sure that this is going to turn out to be a large-scale solution. I mean, what happens in places without good waves, or when the weather turns placid...does the internet go away? I don't think I could handle that.
Via The Earth Times
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