Finally there's a toilet smart enough to know what the scoop is on my pee and poop, AND will inform me when I need to poo or pee.
“No **i*?”, you might exclaim.
“Yes s*i*!”, I reply.
In today's world everything seems to be getting smarter and smarter, smaller and smaller, and faster and faster.
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”, said Arthur C. Clarke.
Today is one, big Magic Show.
But do I really need to know anything more about my feces and pee, other than that I was able to get them out of my body?
I don't need to [or want to] know the ph, weight, temperature or anything else about my poop and pee.
Leaving the toilet for a moment, let's talk about exploring outer space.
It may soon be feasible to travel at very fast speeds to get to the Moon and Mars (please read the article to see the specifics).
Perhaps a smart toilet will be necessary for these faster trips.
IT'S ABOUT RENEWABLE RESOURCES SMART TOILETS AND TRAVELING FASTER IN OUTER SPACE