1. A high-tech sieve that makes the ocean drinkable
Yes, you can already turn the ocean into drinkable water through existing, industrial-scale desalination plants. But these plants are often costly and can damage the environment: They use large amounts of energy, produce greenhouse gases and can harm marine life. Continue reading »
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These teenagers could single-handedly change the way we combat climate change. In modern times, teenagers are somehow amazing scientists with their in-depth research and inventions, proving that age is just a number and intelligence and drive are key when … invention – read more
Invention NewsComments Off on Invention Of The Week: Zafirro Is Sharper Than Any Other Blade On The Planet
Most of us shave. Lots of us shave in different places, and some of us shave in all places. So, for all you razor blade fanatics there is a new one that just hit the market and it’s a ‘sharp’ and cool new invention. Called Zafirro, it’s a pure … invention – read more
As much as I would like to be a part of building an actual device based on these principles, I’ve been under constant ariel surveillance lately & wouldn’t want to keep it’s simplicity hidden, I posted a how to message a few months ago, not sure why it disappeared,,, This design is simple, take 2 equally sized square magnets, make sure attracting poles or N to S are facing each other, mount the bottom one in a half moon, mount the top one in anything you like, or just hold it above lower sphere, you’ll feel a tug & see it start to spin, let it naturally pick up momentum and it will accelerate to a steady speed, no it will not power itself but by being at the center of this magnetic vortex a small amount of input will sustain the rotation of the bottom sphere, & as to the Emc2 reference, my point is, speed overcomes resistance exponentially,,, good luck!