However, has anyone ever sent an alcohol-influenced text message without actually drinking alcohol? We bet no one, but Canada has.
A research team from York University has come with a way of creating the world’s first molecular text message; this is through programming a series of vodka-filled sprays that were transmitted to a receiver.
The receiver was used to measure the alcohol levels and then formed a message from the pattern transmitted.
An example of this method of communication is like that of how animals communicate with one another through urination, this is according to Andrew Eckford, professor of Lassonde School of Engineering.
Although this method will not be replacing use of radio waves any time soon, it can be beneficial in places around the world where radio signals don’t work at the moment.
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