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So the other day, Hollywood and I were talking technology, and Hollywood casually said how surprised she was that no one has invented a way to transmit electricity wirelessly. I told her that there was actually a really old invention that did just that: it's called lightning. Turns out Hollywood was the genius.
According to technewsworld.com "Researchers at MIT have figured out how to transfer power wirelessly, a technology they've dubbed "WiTricity." Potential applications for WiTricity include powering cell phones, laptops, household robots and other battery-run devices. However, before WiTricity enters the mainstream, there is still work to be done, as the group's tested device operated at only 40 percent efficiency."
Mostly this post is about how Hollywood is a visionary, while I am so twentieth century. But if any of you geeks out there are actually interested in wireless electricity, read all about it:
Good job, babe.