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True fantasy: when literary inventions become real locations – The Guardian (blog)

True fantasy: when literary inventions become real locations
The Guardian (blog)
True fantasy: when literary inventions become real locations. Luton council is to name two streets in tribute to the late Steve Dillon's creations – joining a long line of literature that's been put literally on the map. The Ocean at the End of the

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The future has arrived: the sci-fi inventions that have become reality – The Guardian


The Guardian

The future has arrived: the sci-fi inventions that have become reality
The Guardian
But, in a week where the first man with a severed spine has walked again and scientists have created their own versions of a tractor beam, it seems that inventions that were once a futuristic impossibility are now moving into the realm of realty. Will
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Innovative Inventions Everyone Will Want [Video] – Guardian Liberty Voice


Guardian Liberty Voice

Innovative Inventions Everyone Will Want [Video]
Guardian Liberty Voice
What are the newest and best inventions that are so innovative that everyone is going want them? Some are looking for funding and many are full-fledged, on the market designs that makes one wonder “Why didn't I think of that?” This article is going to

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Flappy Bird, the labradoodle and other inventions their creators regret – The Guardian


The Guardian

Flappy Bird, the labradoodle and other inventions their creators regret
The Guardian
The labradoodle isn't a monster – it's adorable, obviously. But what's monstrous is the way crossbreed dogs have been bred and marketed since the labradoodle's inventor Wally Conron first created the breed in the 1980s. "I've done a lot of damage," he

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China is after our inventions? Who are we kidding? – The Guardian


The Guardian

China is after our inventions? Who are we kidding?
The Guardian
Wealth is the result of invention and those individuals, companies or countries desiring wealth must obtain it by either inventing or stealing those inventions. Nations in this new information economy find themselves in one of two businesses: robbing

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Weird World of Wonders: Funny Inventions by Tony Robinson – review – The Guardian

Weird World of Wonders: Funny Inventions by Tony Robinson – review
The Guardian
Funny Inventions is shorter than the others in the series as it only costs £1, but it's still very funny. I didn't think this was quite as good as Robinson's history books from the same series, but it's still well worth getting! I can't wait for the

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