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World Patent Marketing Invention Team Announces The Easy Life Bait Bucket, A Fishing Invention That Makes Fishing Easier and More Efficient

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces the Easy Life Bait Bucket, a fishing invention that makes it easier to fish with live bait. “The fishing industry is worth $ 90 billion,” says Scott …
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Exclusive Invention: The Jamper (like a jumper, but with more jam)

There comes a time in a man’s life when jumpers become remarkably important. No matter how bad your day is going, if you’re wearing a jumper then, ultimately, all is well with the world and your conscience. Peace of mind? Piece of wool more like!
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‘Borders are the worst invention’ Deluded Juncker says MORE EU is antidote to nationalism

Heavily-criticised Jean-Claude Juncker has claimed the EU is an antidote to rising nationalism in Europe and raged there are grave consequences when countries put themselves first. The top Brussels Bureaucrat quoted former French president Francois …
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This Invention Could Make Your Flight Even More Like Bus Ride

You’d be forgiven for thinking that airplane manufacturer Airbus is devising new ways to make your next flight uncomfortable. A filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office indicates that the company is exploring the idea of passenger bench seating …
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VIDEO: Jennifer Lawrence’s Favorite Food Invention Is a Chili Pizza Sandwich, Plus More Funny Revelations from the Joy Star

Jennifer Lawrence has a lot of deep thoughts – and she’s not afraid to share them. The Joy star, 25, displayed her signature candor in an amusing new video for Glamour.com, weighing in on everything from her favorite food invention to the person she …
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The rediscovery of this writer in the Renaissance opened the way to the modern world (and, more importantly, the invention of political science)

The work of the the Roman writer Lucretius was lost to the world for more than a thousand years. When his poem “De Rerum Natura” was rediscovered in the Renaissance, Lucretius’s ideas slowly started to percolate through Renaissance Europe, making it …
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