Madrid: According to experts, a new study has found that bald men can use their heads to generate renewable solar energy.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, a Spanish startup company in collaboration with the University of Valencia in Spain has presented an interesting project in which sunlight on the heads of bald men can produce solar energy.

According to experts, the design uses the skull as a surface that collects the sun’s rays and then converts them into electricity so that the person can store energy in small batteries.

According to the report, the stored energy can later be used for various purposes, including charging mobile phones.

To do this, experts say, microchips are placed on the head in a laboratory that converts sunlight into stored electricity during later use.

According to the report, the bald man’s head is more efficient at converting solar energy than solar cells that are used to generate electricity because they reflect sunlight with power and speed.

Experts say the experiment was performed successfully on 42 men, requiring only a short operation to insert a microchip into the skull.

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