The "I Didn't Comment in Another Thread" Thread

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It would be very difficult to assemble a pizza in zero-G/microgravity environments. Making a pizza really calls for there to be a "down" direction.

How about a food preparation surface that generates static electricity?
You'd only need to generate enough to keep the ingredients from bouncing back off of it when you gently tossed them on.
Picture something like a large metal spatula, with a dial on the handle to control the amount of static. You put it down on whatever surface you're using (wall, ceiling, etc.) and hit the switch to stick it there. When you're done making your pizza, you dial down the switch to a lower level so you can detach it from the surface while still holding all the toppings in place.


I crit!
But what if you could do it locally with psionics...

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