Next time you get in an argument with your service provider over slow internet speeds, let them know that you could literally get faster wireless service through a pork tenderloin.
Researchers at the University of Illinois demonstrated that they could transmit a wireless signal through two types of meat, pork tenderloin and beef liver. However, the project isn't intended to bring actual TV shows to your TV dinners. Instead, the scientists are looking for a better way to communicate with medical devices implanted in the human body.
(via Nag on the Lake)