Stationary Exercise Bikes for NASA

Should we go ahead and put stationary bikes in all the spacecraft, space station and Lunar Bases? Recently the concept came up in an online think tank when one member suggested that we hook them up to charge batteries too. Then a debate erupted over all this and it was called a hair-brained idea. One member then stated;

“I never said that exercise was useless or unwanted, I merely pointed out that the crew’s exercise energy is a “drop in the bucket”. My purpose was to point out just how much energy a human is “worth”.”

Incorrect as his immediate goal as exhibited was to shoot down the idea and belittle the concept designer? Looks like a revenge thing as people disrespected often want revenge, that is human nature one supposes. But it also asks on the Forum at the top that; “humans are not allowed please!” He exhibited human behavior on the think tank site? We are past that.

Prior to this the combative behavioral problematic youth stated; “Reality rears its ugly head again, spewing red-hot truth to vaporize the delusions of fools.”

So any one reading this would assume that only a delusional fool would attempt to capture energy from a stationary bike?

http://www.econvergence.net/electro.htm

http://www.whynot.net/view_idea?id=372

http://www.whynot.net/view_idea?id=1089

[http://www.middlebury.edu/NR/rdonlyres/22DC37FE-9FA5-4EF5-92F0-379D97DB0BF5/0/pedalgenerator.pdf]

This is from MIT:

http://web.media.mit.edu/~nathan/nepal/research/research.html#Generators

I guess your next email is to MIT to tell them that they are a bunch of morons too and have no business making stuff like this because it is not reality based? Yah right? You see so often humans who pretend to be brilliant so often have problems due to their combativeness and miss understanding of the problem you see. Consider all this in 2006.