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By AaronBurns
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Basically, if a potato can run a clock, then your body should be able to run at least a watch or Ipod. If you wear electrodes in the hands in a pair of gloves you could wire it to power devices.

Body energy even lasts after a lost limb, and with the right equipment you can even see the lost part's energy source still protuding. Since the electricity of the body (besides polarization and depolarization) is realitively the same as lightning and other common forms of energy, you could simply wear gloves and never have to replace batteries.

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