David Neevel makes things that do things, and this time he's used his technical prowess, a moment of inspiration, and a hand molding kit to create something that just about every desk could use.
Women lead busy lives. Balancing work and the family isn't easy, but we do it and we rock it. What's more, we are grateful for the inventions that are made specifically with women in mind, such as removable heels, secret bra pouches for our cash, and wireless bras that still give support. It's things like these that allow us to live our best, hassle-free lives. How many of these brilliant inventions would make your life that much easier?
International Women's Day is a day for the world to stop and think about all of the wonderful achievements of women and how much they have contributed to the world, thus enabling the progress of humanity. Among those achievements are some of the most transformative inventions, without which the world would be a very different place. Here are 10 of the biggest and best things that were invented by women that you may not know about. Remember - when women are strong, the world is strong. When women move forward, humanity moves forward.
You might think everything has already been invented, but you would be wrong, you dumb idiot. Here are some devices and things that make life easier and more efficient, or are at least clever. And on the opposite end, here are relatable and dumb times people accidentally invented things that already exist.
Ever wondered what's the guy who first milked a cow was thinking while doing it? This genre of tweets jokingly wonders about what was generally going through the minds of those who pioneered the everyday things we all take for granted. Here are some of the funniest ones we have found.
Someone on AskReddit asked for people to describe the most useless inventions that they've ever seen. I mean, when it comes to the "pet rock" maybe it's "uselessness" was the best part about it. A lot of us just have those dumb things that we find ourselves taken with, and need to own, for no reason at all.
Remember that big box of Lego you had as a child that was filled with hundreds of different styles of Lego and twenty Lego men and women from Darth Vader to scuba divers? Trying to sort those boxes would have been impossible. That's probably what Daniel West experienced before he built his Universal Lego Sorting Machine from Lego. It uses artificial intelligence to sort the Lego pieces and we all want one for our ahem nieces and nephews.
Want to read some more interesting articles? Have a look at this story about the very strange fish that washed up on a beach in California.
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Like with the inception of most dank memes, you might find yourself wondering, wtf. Well, good thing you have us here to describe how the strangest memes became popular; this particular meme, entitled "When Was Calcium Invented?" got its start in October when someone posted a meme to Reddit showing that someone had Googled when calcium was invented (1808, as it turns out). From there on out, dank memers have taken it upon themselves to show what life was like before the inventions of various things. All in sarcastic nature, of course.
The guy poured his whole life into Bulletball, and the moment these guys see it, it's just a kick in the bulletballs. Actually, since this clip aired, Marc Griffin has found some success using the game for senior olympics and people in various levels of physical therapy. The dude even has a book out. So as hard as this clip is to watch, it's kinda cool to know that Bulletball lives on.