Scientists at the Lassonde School of Engineering have developed a system to send the world's first to create the world's first molecular text message by programming vodka sprays to transmit signals to a receiver
The idea is that the system can decipher a number of different sprays and the alcohol in each one to help and create a message. It's similar to the communication tool used by many animals in the wild.
The team behind the invention claim that it could be useful in parts of the world where radio signals are not available.
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