This Affordable Feeding Pillow Is the Most “Why Didn’t I Think of That” Invention Yet!

Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what’s trending across POPSUGAR. There’s arguably nothing more annoying than when you sit to feed a baby on a support pillow with both of your hands and arms either locked down under the baby or up holding a bottle …
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Invention: Think Different; Break Free From the Culture Hell-bent on Holding You Back

The universe's Inventor designed us like he did the world: with passion and precision and purpose. He made us for confidence and significance, joy and relationship. He made us to be part of something massive and majestic―to contribute to his work of remaking this world and to play vital parts in his Kingdom. But we have a vicious enemy, hell-bent on thwarting us. Our enemy spins lies that convince us into distraction and dependence―on alcohol, drugs, pornography, success-at-all-cost.

5 Ingenious Inventions to Help Animals Survive Man-made Eco Harm – Big Think

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5 Ingenious Inventions to Help Animals Survive Man-made Eco Harm
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Scientists have been stealing ideas from animals for years. The Shinkansen Bullet Train in Japan for example, was super-fast — 200 mph. But it was also super-noisy until chief engineer and bird-watcher Eiji Nakatsu got the idea that the beak that

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Camp Invention inspires students to think out of the box

ST. JOHN — Have an idea for an invention? Build it before these kids do. It’s Camp Invention 2016, and the youngsters at Lake Central School Corp. have been involved in the program for five years. This year, students are creating their own island, video …
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Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women

  • Girls Think of Everything Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women
In kitchens and living rooms, in garages and labs and basements, even in converted chicken coops, women and girls have invented ingenious innovations that have made our lives simpler and better. Their creations are some of the most enduring (the windshield wiper) and best loved (the chocolate chip cookie). What inspired these women, and just how did they turn their ideas into realities? Features women inventors Ruth Wakefield, Mary Anderson, Stephanie Kwolek, Bette Nesmith Graham, Patsy O. Sherm