Get Ready for the Future
So here's the skinny: Our good friends over at the University of Utah have discovered a way to turn heat into soundwaves and then turn those soundwaves into electricity. The man behind all this is Orest Symko (pictured here and looking a bit smug). But think about it...getting your new laptop out of the box and having it's own heat charge up the battery...the heat from your Prius' engine refueling it's battery cells.
Here's the article.