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Health Ranger invention #42: The bitcoin miner and boot drying machine, optionally functioning as a donkey and goat dryer

Bitcoin miner

(NaturalNews) If you love liberty and you have wet boots, you don't simply use a hair dryer to dry those boots. Instead, you rig up a bitcoin miner to generate bitcoins while using the excess heat to dry your boots.

Introducing the Bitcoin Boot Dryer! (See photo below.)

As the picture shows, I'm using a couple of S5 Antminers running off a high-end power supply. The energy cost doesn't justify running bitcoin miners 24/7, but when you need the excess heat for a particular function, it makes instant sense. All bitcoin miners produce very high heat that's blown out of one end. That's because they're running 200+ CPUs, and all those CPUs generate heat. (Technically, they're ASICS, not general purpose CPUs.)

Thanks to the recent torrential rains in Texas, I ended up with two pairs of water-logged boots. For the record, the boots are 5.11 tactical boots -- my primary gear for day-to-day ranch operations. (They so good that I have 3 pairs in storage just in case they stop making them...)

Part of this water-logged boot mess was because I had to rescue our new baby donkey from the shivers last night... she was freezing in the rain! I ended up using a hair dryer to dry her off and warm her up. (She's fine now.)

See how un-glamorous my life is? This is par for the course:

If only I could get her to stand in front of the bitcoin miners and dry off, eh? Then we'd have a bitcoin donkey blow dryer contraption. Who wouldn't want to blow dry their donkey while generating bitcoins at the same time?

DO THE MATH: 1 dry donkey = 0.000024 bitcoins

I've heard of trading an ounce of gold for a cow, but never equating bitcoins with dry donkeys...

Here's the bitcoin boot dryer:

Maybe if I could get my goats to line up in front of the bitcoin miners, I could also have bitcoin goat drying assembly line...

Make no mistake: When the s##t hits the fan, I will have chickens, goats, donkeys, boots and bitcoins. Not a bad life, as far as I'm concerned... far better than lining up at a FEMA camp, begging for the government's textured vegetable protein food rations! (Or soylent green, soon thereafter...)

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