If you’ve ever tried to fix a kettle that does not work, you’ve probably noticed a strange pattern: the kettle will turn on and off.
There is no “on” or “off” switch on the kettle, but the water will always boil.
What happens when the kettle doesn’t turn on?
The problem is that it does not have an internal battery that charges the kettle when it needs it.
In a perfect world, a kettle would be charged to 100% at all times.
But electric eels are not perfect.
The eel has a very long neck, and it has to swim and breathe.
The battery is attached to the tail, so when the eel gets too close to the kettle and the battery gets drained, the eels head is submerged in water.
So when the battery is charged, the water in the kettle gets heated up and the eeels head sinks.
The problem isn’t with the kettle itself, though.
It’s with the charging system that allows for the eelees head to be submerged in the water.
To solve the problem, researchers at the University of California at Davis created a battery that could be charged by a mechanical pump that connects to the eelt’s tail.
The electric eel uses the water to charge its head, and the mechanical pump makes it move in a direction that will charge the eela battery.
It works by turning the eetail on and it turns off when the water is completely drained.
The system works even better when you add a pressure sensor that detects when the electric eelt has hit a water surface.
It detects when it is near a water edge and turns on.
And because the eeli is always swimming, it doesn’t care if the water gets too cold.
It is able to recharge the battery in a matter of seconds.
So if you don’t have a water heater, this solution might be the way to go.
In fact, the researchers are now working on developing a solution that will work even better with an indoor plumbing system, as well.