Speaking of blood, IBM is apparently developing something they call electronic blood. It's a method of powering and cooling computing devices by liquid, based on an analogy to the human body and brain.
[R]esearchers have already demonstrated it in a lab setting. The fluid is charged with an electrical current and then flows to the computer's processors, which it cools while also discharging the electricity necessary to power them.
Present-day supercomputers are so large in part because the immense heat they generate means their chips can't be placed too closely together. But if equipped with liquid-based cooling and power systems, they could be stacked three-dimensionally, allowing the size of the computers to shrink dramatically.
Imagine a blood-cooled brain tower. That's your Infocult phrase for the day.