What if the whole world was powered by this type of light bulb? It's shaped like a typical bulb; however, it has two conjoined compartments. One side produces enough wattage to light up a room with ease using the energy created from colliding very minuscule lasers at picoseconds at a time. Furthermore, the CPU and microprocessors control the amount of energy being dispersed and when to turn the lasers on and off. Now, the opposite compartment uses contoured panels to draw energy from two different sources. The first source would be the wakes of wind generated when people pass by the light bulb. And the second source of energy, when no person is around to create wind wakes, is the panels capture microbursts of energy from tiny dust particles.
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