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July 25, 2013, 04:48:18 PM
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Thats something i didnt understand as a child. Why not create power with sport?

In times of WoW Gold Mining Farmers i wonder when the first electricity farms appear where poor working slaves have to create power...

Being human power I guess you could say, the only free lunch would be a free lunch.

You refer to the meals needed to create power? Otherwise i dont have a clue... Smiley

I only thought there are poor chinese that work all day at websites like captchabot to solve captchas for spamsoftware like xrumer and similar. They earn nearly nothing with it. I wouldnt be surprised if someone "invents" a human hamster wheel at some point...


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July 25, 2013, 04:58:12 PM
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Something like this... only with slaves, that get nearly nothing for it and power a generator with it...

For western countries it would in fact be a real selling point, a business model, to let as many machines as possible create power. You could advertise to run a green business, to help the environment while making sport and so on. And it would even good for the sport itself to see how much power one creates, maybe beat a neighbouring branch in power creation and so on...

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July 25, 2013, 05:04:00 PM
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Thats something i didnt understand as a child. Why not create power with sport?

In times of WoW Gold Mining Farmers i wonder when the first electricity farms appear where poor working slaves have to create power...

Being human power I guess you could say, the only free lunch would be a free lunch.

You refer to the meals needed to create power? Otherwise i dont have a clue... Smiley

I only thought there are poor chinese that work all day at websites like captchabot to solve captchas for spamsoftware like xrumer and similar. They earn nearly nothing with it. I wouldnt be surprised if someone "invents" a human hamster wheel at some point...


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