Well guys I guess I am not the only person in the world to think of using pee or certain body parts as communication antennae.
A year ago I wrote:
"I did think of a use for my shrunken, ED challenged, unit. If I silver plate it, it would be perfect for a 10 GHz antenna. I can use it to pick up Disney Channel UK, and RTE 1, 2 on Sky UKs satellites Astra 2A/2B/2D & Eurobird 1 at 28.2°E."
Here's a Navy researcher who is actually doing it. The Pee Antenna.
"After a trip to a hardware store, Mr Tam discovered that...with an $80 water pump, a $15 rubber hose and a $20 electrical device called a current probe that was easily plugged into a hand-held radio, he produced a spout roughly four metres tall from the waters of San Diego Bay. With this he could send and receive a clear signal. Over the intervening years his invention, dubbed the “ pee antenna” by incredulous colleagues, has been tweaked and improved to the point where it can transmit over a distance of more than 50km (30 miles).
"To fashion antennae for short-wave radio, for example, spouts between 18 and 24 metres high are about
right. To increase bandwidth, and thus transmit more data, such as a video, all you need do is thicken the spout. And the system is economical. The probe consumes less electricity than three incandescent desk lamps.
The guy is my hero! He's welcome to test this system on the pee gravel in my back yard.
Jeff (LFPF but still checking.)