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Blinking Blinking is a reflex reaction that happens multiple times per minutes (15-20). Coopting the blink reflex for energy production could be as simple as adding a piezo-electric element to the muscles responsible for blinking. Of note, this could be done with much larger muscle groups as well. For example, chewing food could generate electricity, at the ...


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Here are a few ideas: Inducing copulation. A certain species of coral releases large amounts of sperm and eggs on a night when the moon is brightest. Perhaps your predator preys on a species that is induced to mate by the full moon. By imitating the full moon (with its face), your predator fools its prey into coming out of hiding. Camouflage. (This idea ...


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Ancient Civilization Propoganda Let's think about this logically. If the moon looks exactly like a predator, that means that something or someone made it look like the predator, assuming we rule out random chance. Now, given that the predator is native to the planet, that means that someone from the planet did it, which in turn suggests that there was an ...


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