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Comment by Amos Meeks on March 22, 2010 at 10:32am
How does it work?
Comment by Wintermute on March 22, 2010 at 5:49pm
yeah dude, I don't get it.
Comment by Guy Gore on March 22, 2010 at 7:07pm
With methamphetamines ... I'm just kidding. It's just a joke. Although, I bet there's a market for an organic energy drink lol.
Comment by Jane McGonigal on March 23, 2010 at 4:39am
Okay, but this TOTALLY could be more than a clever joke. I challenge the most creative minds on the network to figure out what a renewable energy drink could possible mean or be, if it were to actually support or drive or produce renewable energy. This is where crazy, amazing innovative ideas come from... working with really interesting constrains and strange ideas... someone HAS to try to make this idea serious and see if it produces any new, crazy, potentially useful ideas.
Comment by Thomas Pinkerton on March 23, 2010 at 4:55am
We have sustainable energy drinks: Tea. Coffee. Guarana. Seneca Ephedra. Nature gave us some potent potables already, we just chose to create synthetic ones.

As for sustainable, renewable ways of creating that? Well, why not create micro-gardens that contain all the ingredients for one of them. For instance, grow a spiral garden with a tea plant in the middle (which can grow to 6 ft), blueberry bushes along the middle of the "arms" of the spiral (a great antioxidant with vitamin B), and clover in-between. The clover would be to attract bees for clover honey to sweeten the drink. All the main ingredients of a sweet, tart, bitter drink that would boost energy in the short term. Perhaps some edamame in the garden as well -- a little protein to make the energy last longer.
Comment by Guy Gore on March 23, 2010 at 5:06am
Awesome idea Thomas!


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