a: chlorophyll ~
b: windmill


WTF you say? Yes. How can this association be? The point of similarity is that both things convert energy from one from to another. A windmill coverts wind energy into useful mechanical energy, usually to pump water from a well. A more modern application is converting wind energy into electrical energy for general consumption.

Chlorophyll does something similar. It coverts the energy of a photon, light energy into chemical energy that is used to create sugar during photosynthesis.

Both of these things act as intermediaries in their respective energy conversion systems.

Writer: Not Stated
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Apr 24 2014 3:55 PM

No critique for this page.
Feel free to be the first

Please review the linked page for context.
If you can think of something better than this,
please add it to the database

(email or url) optional

This is an anti-spam device. Are you Human?

If so, please click the circle next to 'Yes' to submit your comment