A gallon of gas could power your iPhone for 20 years
1. bbblader posted on 27 Dec 2011, 04:42 3 2
thats 10 in android years and 25 on symbian/wp7.5
2. ivanko34 posted on 27 Dec 2011, 05:38 3 2
Unless the iphone starts to burn and explodes
3. chirole posted on 27 Dec 2011, 06:07 3 0
except Gas isn't renewable so I really don't see Exxon's point. It'll run out. Gas will run out and at least our society is smart enough to start looking for new sources.
4. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 27 Dec 2011, 08:19 4 1
Ok this is so stupid. If the iPhone used gas it will be like a Molotov cocktail. Don't drop it because it will explode. Gosh this was a stupid article. Fossil fuels are NOT the future. It's a limited resource we are almost done with. Hydrogen & Solar power are the future.
8. idiotwind13 posted on 27 Dec 2011, 16:08 1 1
Nobody is suggesting that one would actually use gas to directly power a phone. All they are saying is the amount of raw energy in a gallon of gas would provide an amount of energy sufficient to charge an iPhone once a day for 20 years. I don't disagree with you on fossil fuels not being the future, but yours is a mis-reading of the article.
10. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 28 Dec 2011, 07:23 1 0
I was being facetious. I mean I said GOSH! lol
paulyyd got what I was saying. So plus 1 for him & minus 1 for you idiotwind13.
I think you mis-read me. lol
I am just trying to have some fun on PhoneArena.com.
5. jasongohjr posted on 27 Dec 2011, 08:54 1 0
Juz built a solar panel behind our phone's screen... Juz do it!
9. vmaster posted on 28 Dec 2011, 00:36 1 1
I'm assuming you're being sarcastic, but just in case you're a little blond he meant to say "Just" but in a cooler way...lol.
Anyways, Jasongohjr I completely agree with you, solar technology should have been implemented years ago!! Maybe not to even fully substitute a plug charger method, but at least use the technology to prolong battery charge.
11. idiotwind13 posted on 29 Dec 2011, 09:14 0 0
Minus one for sarcasm failure. Here's a hint: if you are going to use sarcasm or be "facetious" using the written word, you have to make some indication that that is what you are doing, a la Stephen Colbert over-the-top ignorance. The way that you did it leaves open a very reasonable interpretation for someone who is not familiar with your writing or views that you are simply stupid.