Crazy inventions: Fridge Filled with Slime?

Face it, technology is only getting better. 3D televisions, laptops, and fluorescent light bulbs now replace old technology. Who knows what inventions the future will bring? Crazy, futuristic devices may become normal before you know it. Who would have thought that a smart phone was even remotely possible 10 years ago? Step aside old devices, and make way for the future.

Picture this. A refrigerator with no doors or cabinets, that is filled with green gel. You read that correctly. Gel. This bio fridge’s concept was invented by a Russian student named Yuriy Dmitriev, and is currently being developed.

This is how it works. The refrigerator is filled with a non- sticky, environmentally -friendly, green gel. It could keep produce fresh way past the normal time today. All you have to do is reach into the gel and place the produce inside. That’s it. The gel suspends the item inside, and surrounds it. Because the gel is non- sticky, you won’t be grossed out whenever you reach for something inside. Can you imagine this crazy idea as a reality? It would be way more energy efficient than today’s refrigerators. Plus, there are no moving parts inside, therefore not producing that annoying hum sound.

Will this idea become a reality? It is predicted to happen sometime in the future, but we will have to wait and see. For pictures and more information on this wacky invention, be sure to check out the link below. Post your ideas and predictions in the comment section below. Credit to geek.com for the information. 

http://www.geek.com/articles/geek-cetera/bio-robot-refrigerator-will-keep-your-food-cool-in-the-year-2050-2011052/

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2 thoughts on “Crazy inventions: Fridge Filled with Slime?

  1. Note: The picture in this article is not of the actual invention. Click on the link at the bottom of the page to see the actual thing, and view more information.

  2. Pingback: Crazy Inventions: The Verge | WAEnglish8Blog

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