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Bull’s-Eye! Super Soaker Inventor Scores Huge Payday – Yahoo Finance (blog)


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Bull's-Eye! Super Soaker Inventor Scores Huge Payday
Yahoo Finance (blog)
It's been nearly 25 years since former NASA engineer Lonnie Johnson first licensed the water gun toy that became the iconic Super Soaker. On Wednesday, the inventor soaked Hasbro (HAS) in arbitration, reportedly receiving $ 72.9 million worth of sales 
Super Soaker creator awarded $ 72.9M from HasbroAtlanta Journal Constitution
From the Who-Woulda-Thunk-It File: NASA-Caliber Nuclear Engineer Wins $ 73 Core77.com (blog)

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Beyond Hyperloop — other inventions we need – Washington Post (blog)


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Beyond Hyperloop — other inventions we need
Washington Post (blog)
Elon Musk, our “real-life Tony Stark,” the 42-year-old billionaire inventor fellow of Tesla motors and Paypal fame, has come up with an idea for a much better, cheaper, more Future high-speed rail alternative to connect L.A. and San Francisco. As he
Is Elon Musk Today's Thomas Edison?PolicyMic
Hyperloop promises supersonic rail travelChannel 4 News
Musk's Hyperloop Plan Draws Praise, SkepticismNational Geographic
TIME –Bloomberg –University Herald
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Billionaire Found “One of the Greatest Inventions for Ecology in the World” on … – Yahoo! Finance (blog)

Billionaire Found “One of the Greatest Inventions for Ecology in the World” on
Yahoo! Finance (blog)
'Shark Tank' — not to be confused with 'Shark Week' or 'Sharknado' or 'Sharknado 2: The Second One' — has a new guest shark this upcoming season. It's billionaire entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria. JP, as he's known to many, is the man behind Paul

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Dive! Dive! Dive!: Teen Inventor Successfully Tests Homemade Submarine – Yahoo! News (blog)

Dive! Dive! Dive!: Teen Inventor Successfully Tests Homemade Submarine
Yahoo! News (blog)
Most hardworking teenagers play sports and complete their homework after school. Justin Beckerman, 18, does all that and builds machines. His latest creation? A fully-submersible, one-man submarine he made with $ 2,000 worth of materials from the

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