Camel Power has multiple aspect - leave Perl aside. One use I will never forget.
Some years ago, we made a desert tour in Egypt some days around New Year's eve. It is terrible cold in a desert, when the sun is gone. You are glad for everything to warm yourself (no petting with camels in mind). A hot tea would be great. We stopped between some bushes and one Egyptian showed us some small, brown egg-shaped pieces, we should collect. We did, made a small fire with them, boiled some water to have some tea. That was a great experience.
Thanks to camels (dromedars in Egypt) I learned that even if you have to collect sh*t with both hands, the result can be the top of a great experience.
My vote is energy from Camel-droppings.
And it came to pass that in time the Great God Om spake unto Brutha, the Chosen One: "Psst!"
(Terry Pratchett, Small Gods)
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