Everytime A Toilet Flushes, A Google Server Gets Cooled In Georgia [Video]


Oh, that Google. They’re always thinking of new ways to lower their carbon footprint on the planet earth. And to prove it, they’ve uploaded a new video to YouTube showing off exactly what they can do with all your doo-doo water, once they put their mind to it. To help cut massive energy costs, Google is using colorful pipes of waste, too cool down servers at their Douglas County data center in Georgia. Once their heat sinks are down to a reasonable temperature, the water is sent to a Google made treatment plant where the water is further cleaned up before it exits into the Chattahoochee (sounds like a name I used to call my ex-gf) river.

Do your thang, Google… Do your thang. Video below.

[Wired | Via Gizmodo]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Hey Chavez thanks for the beautiful penis you drew me in draw something.

    1. You can’t prove a damn thing.. O_o

      1. Whoa, whoa whoa!!! 

        Can I have a drawing of one? 

  2. Google has a center in Douglas county?

  3. Very cool

  4. I love you Google!

  5. And by ex-gf, you mean ex-bf?

  6. Apple would take the water, bottle it and call it iWater… then sell it for four times the price of a regular bottle of water. 

    1. The water that comes out of waste treatment facilities is cleaner than the rivers they dump it into.  There are even a few cities that pump it over to the water treatment facility to process into drinking water because it’s cleaner than the stuff they pull from nature.

    2. Would people stand in line for it?

    3. And don’t forget they would patent the twisting the cap off motion

      1. They forgot to add little turd chunks floating around in there.

  7. Did they say Chlorinated water? So no plankton or microbes and thus no fish can ever live in it again? You know chlorines can’t be filtered out? I see a problem here.

  8. Google. Taking in peoples shit and putting it to good use :3

  9. She’s not a Chattahoochie!  Her name’s Zelda and she understands me!

  10. I guess ol’ boy was right all along, the Internet really is a series of tubes…

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