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May 26, 2019

Extremely Bizarre Inventions For Everyday Use

Invention is often an exploratory process, with an uncertain or unknown outcome. There are failures as well as successes. Inspiration can start the process, but no matter how complete the initial idea, inventions typically have to be developed. Inventors are often famous for their confidence, their perseverance and their passion.

Inventors may, for example, try to improve something by making it more effective, healthier, faster, more efficient, easier to use, serve more purposes, longer lasting, cheaper, more ecologically friendly, or aesthetically different, lighter weight, more ergonomic, structurally different, with new light or color properties, etc. Entirely new invention may be created such as the Internet, email, the telephone, or electric light.

The idea for an invention may be developed on paper or on a computer, by writing or drawing, by trial and error, by making models, by experimenting, by testing and/or by making the invention in its whole form. Brainstorming also can spark new ideas for an invention. Collaborative creative processes are frequently used by designers, architects and scientists. Co-inventors are frequently named on patents. Now it is easier than ever for people in different locations to collaborate. Many inventors keep records of their working process – notebooks, photos, etc., including Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson and Albert Einstein. In the process of developing an invention, the initial idea may change. The invention may become simpler, more practical, it may expand, or it may even morph into something totally different. Working on one invention can lead to others too.

 
















Voltaire – The Worlds Most Expensive Watch $1 200 000

Classic! I can’t think of a better word to describe this watch. A very fine watch with a refined and elegant look, this classic has a round gold-plated case with a screw-down stainless steel case-back and a silver face with applied (not painted) markers. The watch is 35mm across without the crown, 37mm with the crown and is 40.5mm long. There are a few light scratches on the crystal and very slight normal wear on the case. The face is beautiful. This watch is running well and has a decent light brown leather strap with a gold-tone conventional buckle.

In Soviet Russia

In Soviet Russia… Sexy isn’t back…it was never authorized to leave…

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin born 7 October 1952) served as the second President of the Russian Federation and is the current Prime Minister of Russia, as well as chairman of United Russia and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Union of Russia and Belarus. He became acting President on 31 December 1999, when president Boris Yeltsin resigned in a surprising move, and then Putin won the 2000 presidential election. In 2004 he was re-elected for a second term lasting until 7 May 2008.

What is a Master Degree Worth?

A master’s degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. Within the area studied, graduates possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics; high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation and/or professional application; and the ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently.
What is a Masters Degree Worth?
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In some languages, a master’s degree is called a magister, and magister or a cognate can also be used for a person who has the degree. There are various degrees of the same level, such as engineer’s degrees, which have different names for historical reasons. See List of master’s degrees.

There has recently been an increase in programs leading to these degrees in the United States; more than twice as many such degrees are now awarded as compared to the 1970s. In Europe, there has been a standardisation of conditions to deliver the master’s degrees and most countries present degrees in all disciplines.

The two most common types of master’s degrees are the Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S. or M.Sc.); these may be course-based, research-based, or a mixture of the two. Some universities use the Latin degree names; because of the flexibility of word order in Latin, the Master of Arts and Master of Science may be known as magister artium or artium magister and magister scientiæ or scientiarum magister, respectively. Harvard University and MIT, for example, use A.M. and S.M. for their master’s degrees. More commonly, Master of Science often is abbreviated MS or M.S. in the United States, and MSc or M.Sc. in Commonwealth nations and Europe.

Other master’s degrees are more specifically named and include the Master of Music (M.M. or M.Mus.), Master of Communication (M.C.) and the Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.); some are similarly general, for example the M.Phil. and the Master of Studies. See List of master’s degrees.

Unique Robot Computer Case

Boys like toys and there is no doubt about that. What are some of the favorite toys that boys like? Well, electronics in general and computers in particular and then, of course, there are robots. Not to forget to mention toy guns and fake ammunition. Now, what is the best game that boys like? Well, construction games, of course. Just consider the popularity of Lego and constructions toys. Also, we know that even when they grow up, men tend to be like boys. So, what is the result of all this? Take a look at the picture below and judge for yourself.

You will see how a man has made use of all his skills and talents to create in real life every boy’s dream come true. Except that it is likely to be extremely dangerous, of course. It is a computer modded into a killing robot, after all.

May solve congestion problems…

Parking airplanes in a skyscraper? Nothing could go wrong there…

I love blasts from the past, especially when they are predicting a future that has already passed.  Are you still with me?  Check out this illustration from a 1925 issue of Popular Science that predicts how cities may look and function in 1950.  I’m not sure how right they were about a 1950 city, but today’s city is pretty darn close to this.  The biggest difference is the below-ground car travel, which hasn’t come to full fruition, but should have given the gridlock often experienced in Manhattan.

Scariest Underground Project You’ll Ever See

The picture will definitely intrigue you into finding out what they represent. The second picture shows the entrance to the subway and stories will tell you how difficult it was to get the approval for this. You will also see a home made wheel lift which was well used. The limestone walls were all built by one person as people weren’t ready to work here.

The reason? They would be paid only after the job was done. Although it is underground, it is only 2 meters from the surface. The tunnel of 150 cm height is quite impressive. Everything was done here by Leonid including the burning the limestone. In the picture you will also see the pumping station and a boiler that used to keep the 4 surrounding houses warm. In the final few images, you will see how the cams installed at the entrance can be viewed on the TV.

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

Scary Underground Tunnel

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Scary Underground TunnelPhotos VIA VictorProfessor

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