Molecular communication for closed environments

Many of us heard about transmitting Internet traffic via avian carriers. While avian carriers have definite advantages, they cannot be used in small scale confined environments. Researches from Canada came up with a new, revolutionary communication channel based on stimulated molecular diffusion. In other words, they were able to send a text message using a bottle of vodka and a fan. In my book this beats carrier pigeons hands down.

I hope they get further funding to expand their research to red and white wine, and perhaps even Coca-cola and Sprite, for those of us who don’t like alcohol.

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