Scientists Send Text Message Concealed In Evaporated Vodka
Bringing new meaning to "drunk texting," scientists have now sent a message encoded in evaporated alcohol.By Danny Matteson | December 19, 2013
Usually alcohol and text messages don't mix — too often the combination leads to regrets or just downright embarrassment the next day. But researchers in England have now found a way the two can work together.
Using vodka and a desk fan, scientists at York University have sent a new kind of text message — encoding information in evaporated alcohol. (Via YouTube / York University)
According to the lead researcher on the experiment, "We believe we have sent the world's first text message to be transmitted entirely with molecular communication, controlling concentration levels of the alcohol molecules to encode the alphabet." (Via Voice of America)