Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Yum yum


James Higham said...

Was that necessary? I just finished dinner. ;-)

Sam Vega said...

Seconded, James.

My poor brain is now welling up with various thoughts, none of them very pleasant.

1) Is the term "sewage mud" a neologism coined for this project?

2) Did you notice how the researcher even needed a pointer on a stick to refer to the process chart?

3) The marketing department are going to have to come up with a really good name for this one.

4) If a person ate nothing but this product, could they recycle endlessly, and would this be like a biological perpetual motion machine?

5) When reading about the global warming stuff on this blog I often regret not knowing more about science. But now I'm actually glad.

Angus Dei said...

Now I know where the Olympic sponsers get their delicious, energy food from...

A K Haart said...

James - yes, it's science!

Sam - "sewage mud" is usually called "sewage sludge" in the UK. It's all technically feasible, but the best food use is surely fertilizer.

Angus - yes, that's why it was the greenest games ever!