Free Software Now Generates Free Energy

Mon, 1 Apr 2024

Press Release

For Immediate Release

The Free Software Foundation is thrilled to announce an extraordinary breakthrough that will revolutionize the software and energy industries. Our latest project, GNUnergize, will transform your computer into a free energy device while adhering to free software principles.

"This is the future we've all been waiting for," said FSF office manager Jonathan Tuttle. "Imagine a world where your commitment to free software also means free, sustainable energy for all. We're not just freeing your computers but the world from reliance on non-renewable resources."

Using the latest research in pseudoscience, GNUnergize employs quantum algorithms to manipulate the computer's CPU and GPU to generate a surplus of electrical energy. This energy can be extracted through any standard USB port to power other devices or sent into the grid.

GNUnergize is released under the GNU General Public License, which defends the rights of all users to use, modify, and share the software.

A pilot program is scheduled to launch in partnership with educational institutions that have pledged to run GNU/Linux on their systems. "The potential societal benefits are staggering," said Tuttle. "We could solve energy crises and accelerate the adoption of free software."

About the Free Software Foundation

Founded in 1985, the Free Software Foundation defends and promotes computer users' right to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer programs.

Disclaimer: Please note that this is an April Fools' Day joke.