For years we’ve been hearing about the benefits of harnessing clean energy. Our reliance on fossil fuels has caused toxic pollution, led to numerous wars, and has rapidly altered the planet’s climate.
While solar and wind have potential, let me explain one untapped source of renewable energy: hot takes on Twitter. See, hot takes could be used to heat water and drive a steam engine, must like coal, nuclear, and mirror-based solar power already do.
Here’s a diagram of my proposal carefully illustrated in MS Paint:
The way this works is quite simple:
- Hot takes about the latest issue on Twitter create heat
- A container of water is placed above the hot takes
- The water boils creating steam, which drives a steam engine, which in turn drives an electric generator
- After cooling, the water goes back into the container to be heated again
In theory, if major national issues continue to be unresolved this could generate enough electricity to power the entire world. Imagine!