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Why Take Potato To Mars As Thanksgiving Gift In The Martian? Why not something others? Tomato? Apple? Corn? Or even coconut?

There are already plans to send people to Mars in the 2030s from NASA, but before you get to know the details by yourself in the 2030s, just have a look, how astronaut and botanist Mark Watney grows potato in “The Martian”.

In the movie, when Watney (played by Matt Damon) gets stranded on Mars, he plants potatoes in a greenhouse using Martian soil and his own “metabolic waste”. And in the end it works, just like what he wishes: “He’s able to stay alive for more than a year living largely on potatoes. “

But after watching the movie “The Martian”, may you have a same question just like me: Why Take Potato To Mars As Thanksgiving Gift In The Martian? Why not something others? Tomato? Apple? Corn? Or even coconut?

As one of the most ubiquitous crops in the world, the potato is poised to feed the entire world.  So how can we make the popular staple of many people’s diets be battery as well?

Potato juice contains many water soluble chemicals, in other words potato can cause a chemical reaction with one or both of our electrodes. So you can get some electricity from that. 

A couple years ago, researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem released their finding that a potato boiled for eight minutes can make for a battery that produces ten times the power of a raw one. Using small units comprised of a quarter-slice of potato sandwiched between a copper cathode and a zinc anode that’s connected by a wire, agricultural science professor Haim Rabinowitch and his team wanted to prove that a system that can be used to provide rooms with LED-powered lighting for as long as 40 days. ” 

Yes, the potato contains vitamins and minerals, as well as an assortment of phytochemicals, such as carotenoids and natural phenols. You can cook it in hundred ways, you can plant it later in Mars, and you can use it to give yourself power in a cheap way. But in this way you will never play your smartphone while charging. If you want do so, I’d like advise you to have a power bank from EasyAcc. The EasyAcc 10000mAh Power Bank. Built-in smart technology enables it to intelligently identify the type of your device and to output suitable electric current up to 2.4 amps, so that it can charge your devices at full speed. This is one pocket/purse friendly portable unit. 

Keep you powerful without planting potatoes.

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