From a motion-powered hairdryer to a BUTTER grater: The most bizarre Japanese inventions ever made (and some … – Daily Mail


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From a motion-powered hairdryer to a BUTTER grater: The most bizarre Japanese inventions ever made (and some …
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Some, like the hairdryer which is powered by the wearer's footsteps, are plainly absurd and impractical, but amusing nonetheless. Others, the baby's onesie which doubles up as a floor mop, for instance, are actually quite clever. Gadget-lovers could be …

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Self-proclaimed ‘dying woman’ becomes mother of invention for necessary comfort

Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) EAST PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) — Marita Loffredo courageously and even …
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Camp Invention lets kid learn electronics from the inside out

Taking apart old electronics is like “destroying history,” said 11-year-old Jacob Gasiorowski. “We get to dissemble old parts, like old CD players. I also took apart a radio of some sort and a speaker,” said Gasiorowski, who will be a sixth-grader …
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Kids destroy, rebuild electronics in Camp Invention

It was a parent’s nightmare and a kid’s dream — pieces of computers and stereos throughout the room as young inventors used screwdrivers, hammers and pry bars to take apart electronics equipment. It was all part of the hands-on activities and experiments …
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11-year-old’s invention could prevent hot car deaths

Bishop Curry V has invented a device called Oasis to prevent hot car deaths. The device is currently being patented by Curry and his dad. Humankind MCKINNEY, TX – An 11-year-old boy from McKinney, Texas could potentially put an end to hot car deaths.
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America needs more mundane inventions – Seacoastonline.com


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America needs more mundane inventions
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Being an inventor myself I am aware of the importance of inventions to the national economy. The period from 1850 to 1950, which made America the top industrial nation of the world, was continuously supported by inventions by Americans. From such

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