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invented anything? i invented a paper airplane design although i don't have a patent. i plan to shoot a video of my folding technique. it's really cool. it flies well too. it looks a little like a stealth bomber. when i first invented it i showed the complicated folding design to my cousin and challenged him to do better and he just crumpled a piece of paper up, threw it at me and yelled "Sputnik!"
tell me if you have any inventions!
I co-invented a glove that connects to a PC and helps people with lock-in syndrome communicate with finger movements.
sweet... that is a wonderful invention! my inventions are usually useless things like the remote control i built for santa so he can turn rudolph's blinking nose on and off.
Try laminated paper and a waterproof marker ... that should do the trick.
As an underwater engineer in a past life - there are already paper notebooks for use underwater that work really well, Surveyors also use them.
My grandfather, father and 2 of his brothers have patented and sold useful inventions. I am always inventing!
I invented a wheeled assistant to lift my mom from her seat and support her while she walked around. It was purely mechanical and operated by my mum's weight using two over-centre handle for leverage. I even think of new inventions through out the day quite often.
from my friend David Walston about inventions:
When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity.
To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface including glass and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to 300 C. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------> The Russians used a pencil <------------------------------------------------------
I once invented a religion on the spot when some witnesses appeared on my doorstep - and one of them noted it down in a little book.
by Gina1455 years ago
Do you ever wish the cellular phone hadn't been invented?
by Ellana3175 years ago
Have you ever completely lost your faith in God?What caused you to lose your faith and did you ever regain it?
by Rochelle Frank6 years ago
What inventions still need to be developed for the benefit of mankind?
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Have you ever heard of a brand of toilet paper called Mama Love 555?The first place that I've ever seen this type of toilet paper was at a Motel 6 in Bakersfield, California, and since then I've never seen it in stores...
by jackavc7 years ago
Is lego the best toy ever invented?
by Snehal Gajare7 years ago
Which is the best invention ever?
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