Tag: inventions

ANTIGRAVITY FREE ENERGY NOW The unconventional John Hutchison, inventor and, in my opinion, genius scientist, demonstrates antigravity and other surprising phenomena. Mainstream academic American scientists think he’s bogus but apparently the military is quite interested (makes John very uncomfortable) in what he’s up to, and so are the Japanese. Silly Americans. John also demonstrates a […]

John Christie’s Free Energy Device “Suppressed by the establishment.” 4 minute video. Christie says that it runs on magnetic attraction and repulsion. Investors are apparently lining up to get on the free energy express. I’ve seen so many free energy devices I wonder why none of them make it to the market. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Turning Air Into Water Australian engineering student/inventor Edward Linacre has created a device that draws air from the atmosphere and cools it underground to condense water for irrigation. The invention derives from biomimicry, imitating mechanically what nature demonstrates. Linacre’s invention is modeled after a hardy desert beetle. 2-minute video. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Top 10 Bad Inventions The heated bra looks more like strategic padding but who’s quibbling. There are self-lighting cigarettes, a dress that looks like a vending machine, canoe shoes for the canoe deprived. You have to see the anti-theft suitcase to believe it. And more. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Failed Inventions Documentary Cars with nuclear engines, or turbine engines, amphibious cars, all were unable to find traction (pun intended). Flying cars are another breed of vehicle that didn’t really soar (pun intended). How about rocket belts? As we may recall, they fizzled (pun, blah, blah). Even Thomas Edison had his flops, like a device […]

Jay Silver: Hack a banana, make a keyboard! Wacky, whimsical, creative, fun. This is a delight to watch. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Invention turns energy in the air into electricity. It doesn’t look like we’ll be replacing coal anytime soon, though. [via: SmartPlanet] TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Did you know that broccoli was invented by human beings? Not that it required cloning or chemicals or GMOs or such but if you start with wild kale and select traits you want, like larger, tastier flower buds you encourage it. And so on. Do this long enough and you’ll have broccoli. Or just drive […]

As if kids don’t spend enough time on cell phones these days, now one of them, 18-year-old Eesah Khare, has invented a way to charge a cell phone battery in 20-30 seconds. Eesah was runner up at the International Science and Technology Engineering Fair in Phoenix. Her 17-year-old co-runner up, Henry Wanjune, figured out new […]

10 interesting futuristic materials. The best insulator is also the lowest density solid, aerogel. Also, nanotubes, metamaterials, amorphous metal, and so on. With all the fancy stuff we humans can do wouldn’t you think we’d be better able to solve our problems? TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious