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harvest electricity from lightning
Humans,as a rule, are the grand-masters of invention. Certainly some species can use tools and even create crude ones out of natural resources but I would like to see an ape come up with a microwave or even a telephone. No, it is an incontrovertible truth of existence that humans are much more clever and inventive than any of the...
robotic laundry folding machine
The one reality еvеrуоnе іn оur mоdеrn society must fасе is the сhоrе called laundry. For most of us, just the word 'laundry' can produce that cringing dread of performing the never ending monotonous task. Unless уоu'rе оutѕоurсіng your lаundrу tо a Lаundrоmаt or otherwise fortunate enough tо hаvе someone еlѕе tаke саrе оf your laundry of course, then...
animal robots
Since the first stone tools use came into use, there has been a hybrid of natural elements and innovative technology. The first fire, often the go-to invention for analogy, second only to sliced bread, was more than likely achieved with wood and stones, cleverly applied to the task. Despite some blips in which naturally occurring materials went out of favor, usually following...
new years eve comet
2016 is almost over. As we wind down and find ourselves turning the page to 2017, we should pause and take note of amazing things that are happening right now. New Year's Eve this year will have a special gift for those interested in space and the beauty it holds. This year, the comet 45P/Honda–Mrkos–Pajdušáková, which has been seen...
how to do your own eye exam
Eyes are perhaps one of the most sensitive organs to detect a defect. The varying degree of the error makes it even more difficult It is now easier to do a simple eye test in the event you suspect to have eyesight issues. Currently, the only place one can do this is at the opticians. But as new technology takes...
gps watch for kids
Originally developed by the United States Government in 1973, the Global Positioning System(GPS), or Navstar, was made to help the military, civil and commercial users to provide exact locations anywhere in the world, through any weather. Previous navigation systems had certain limitations such as weather related shortcomings or obstacles prevented them from working regularly. That was the basis for the...
self healing material
When Stan Lee cooked up Admantium as the stuff that makes Wolverine tick, never in his wildest dreams would he have imagined the material become a reality. But, researchers have finally made that happen with the invention of a new type of conductor they have named as "The Ionic Conductor". This substance makes self-healing ions while conducting electricity. The birth...
root robot
Root is a new kind of robot thаt colors оutѕіdе thе lіnеѕ оf thе educational rоbоtісѕ саtеgоrу bу рrоvіdіng unіԛuе сараbіlіtіеѕ аlоng wіth a рrоgrаmmіng іntеrfасе thаt grows wіth its user, brіngіng соdіng tо life fоr all ages. The Root robot is dеѕіgnеd tо teach ѕtudеnts tо соdе hаѕ еxсееdеd its $250,000 gоаl on Kickstarter. Sсhеdulеd tо start ѕhірріng іn May...
millennials are lazy
As long as there has been technology, there have been wise elders fretting about the effect it will have on what they saw as weak-minded, impressionable youngsters in a 'won't somebody please think of the children' frenzy worthy of Helen Lovejoy. This extends to everything from the first importation of coffee to the invention of the telephone to the...
starlite heat resistant plastic
But then something weird happened: In an exclusive interview with the BBC, Maurice Ward intricately explains the catalyst towards his innovations of the heat defying plastic which he christens Starlite. The 1985 aircraft disaster that claimed the lives of 55 individuals as a result of toxic fumes marked the beginning of the search of a heat defying substance. A...

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