A Potato-Powered Web Server

I love alternative power creation πŸ™‚

And this project looks really intresting.

This alternative power project is a Linux Operating System with a simple web server powered from 5 potatos.

Potatos are changed every 5 days or so to keep the power on and stable.

The project web site: http://d116.com/spud

Hasan Bazerbashi

  • Dee

    pretty damn cool

  • Hasan Bazerbashi

    Ya I know πŸ™‚

    Thanks for commenting dee πŸ™‚

    I also saw a Potato powered calculator πŸ˜›

    Cya πŸ˜‰

  • Stellar

    And who said nature isn’t important to tehnology?? Hehehehe… this is totally cool.

    Power to the potatos…

  • Hasan Bazerbashi

    Ya πŸ™‚ totally.

    I wish if I have some extra bucks to buy some Solar cells πŸ˜› really.

  • fifi

    Thanks for the comment, I’ll try that next time!

    Your blog’s interesting.

  • Omni

    That’s SO cool-thanks for posting about it!! πŸ™‚

  • Hasan Bazerbashi

    Omni thank you for passing by and commenting πŸ™‚

    I went to your blog, but I couldn’t comment :S

    Cya πŸ˜‰

  • mensa B

    Hasan!… Truly amazing!..
    …”And after that, Potatoes gratin.” (*,,,,,*)

    Sending good thoughts, as always.

  • mensa B

    PS: I Love your new-look! Very nice.

  • Bill

    Potato power has been known for a long time but waterpower is far more efficient. And that’s where nuclear comes it, all it is, is a complex steam engine. Simple design, just using the atom to cause the heat to make the water into dry steam.

    I think (if I remember right) it would take a city of potatoes to match one day of nuke power or something like that, and you have to change the spuds every 5 days. That’s allot of fries going to waste Lol. I would have to do the math and I don’t have the specs nor the time πŸ™

    But it is still sweet.:)

  • Hasan Bazerbashi

    Thanks Mensa πŸ™‚ I’m glad you liked it.

    Bill, I didn’t hear about water power before. Actually I think I heard something like they take out the hydrogen from the water to make power, and the lefts are only like vapor.

    I recently heard about the Nuclear fusion, not spliting atoms! it is like a Star on earth! I might write about that later.

    Thanks for your comment πŸ™‚

    Cya πŸ˜‰

  • Bill

    First it sounds like your talking about Hydrogen fuel.

    What I am talking about is using a Fision or fusion raction (like you mentioned about it being a small sun) two very different systems. but both Produce the same thing: Heat. they take the Heat put it thrue a System of pipes and what not to make the water into what is known as Dry steam. it’s so hot you can’t see it and the they only find leeks by running a broom across the pipes. if it bursts into flames you found your leek.

    They then Run that Dry steam thrue a series of turbines witch then the turbines generate electircal power. each Turbine it goes thrue it gets cooler untill it gets to the final turbine witch it is just normal water. and then they run that thrue a cooling tower and then finally put it back from witch it came. like a nearby river.

    and too the question of how much radiation the water recieves and deposites into the habitat it would have gotten more radiation sitting in the sun then from going into the plant.

    isn’t the complex order great? πŸ™‚

  • Aleisa

    Pobres batatas…

  • arod

    That’s pretty cool Hasan!

  • Jaroslav

    Hi! The interesting and the nice blog. Your guest book does not works πŸ˜‰

  • NickTay

    no way those patatoes can power a whole server!