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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

TIME: Coffee-Powered Car Breaks World Record

Well, well, well, who would have thought it? It seems like we are not the only ones who depend on caffeine to provide us with that extra energy boost each morning. It may actually be the only source of energy that gets and keeps us going throughout the day.

That most certainly goes for the car in question. The article didn't mention which particular brand of coffee the truck gets all hyped up on, but that doesn't really matter. As long as it takes off after consuming a freshly brewed cup of java, who cares?

There is one little problem however; just like our own home-made brew, the car needs a machine to convert the coffee into a digestible form and deliver the caffeine into its system. It takes a little know-how to build that in, but there is always the possibility those 'coffee makers' will soon be readily available in stores.

If that is not the case then don't be surprised when all kinds of coffee-stops are popping up soon. There are already plenty around catering to mankind's caffeine cravings and it may not take much being able to serve and rev up the engine in order to unleash all the power under the hood.

At present, the claim is that 'America runs on Dunkin', but that choice could be expanded with Folgers, Peet's, Starbucks, Maxwell House, Seattle's Best, Nescafe, or any other coffee brand. The risk is though that soon our car may demand coffee and Danish.

We better wake up and smell the coffee!

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