According to Dean Haglund, the actor and the “inventor”, heat is…
“… when electrons heat up, they get agitated. Instead of moving forward they move in random directions. The result is less electrons telling your computer what to do. And a slower computer for you.”
In addition, heated up and agitated atoms (“electrons”, according to Dean the “inventor” — but that’s just semantics, isn’t it?) depress sperm production. And that is bad. Chill Pak, the invention one stores in the freezer, placed under the laptop is going to calm those “electrons” and will agitate the spermatogonia. The resultant sperm will be moving in random directions. Thank God for talented inventors.
(hat tip: Gizmodo)