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    Ok so me and my friends have figured a way to tackle the electricity problem and the overweight problem:

    EnerGyms. Like, gyms, but all equipment is connected to a generator and produces electricity. Get people to go these like a once a week or something.

    I mean, why go through all the pains of finding something to essentially spin a turbine which is connected to a generator when we can just do it ourselves?

    Why can't this be a thing? I'd pay extra taxes for this (if I actually worked and paid taxes. Lol.)
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    (Original post by Thrillanthropist)
    Ok so me and my friends have figured a way to tackle the electricity problem and the overweight problem:

    EnerGyms. Like, gyms, but all equipment is connected to a generator and produces electricity. Get people to go these like a once a week or something.

    I mean, why go through all the pains of finding something to essentially spin a turbine which is connected to a generator when we can just do it ourselves?

    Why can't this be a thing? I'd pay extra taxes for this (if I actually worked and paid taxes. Lol.)
    The machines at my gym are powered by people using them and they use minimum electricity (apparently, according to the machine).
 
 
 
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