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SMiller's picture

Tags: MI# 555

Who doesn't like a nice soft back scratch or back rub to put them to sleep. Especially us girls!

Yannimuse's picture

Tags: MI# 548

The Big Orange is a variant of a "manhattan" type cocktail. With this version you take equal parts "woodford reserve" bourbon and Grand Manier add a splash of sweet vermouth and garnish with bourbon-soaked cherries. The name is somewhat of a stretch: Manhattan - The big apple - Grand manier (orange liquor) hence "the big orange". This recipe was created by Yanni M. Thermenos, owner and executive chef of Muse mediterranean restaurant and bar, for Woodford reserve.

MisterMarko's picture

Tags: MI# 326

My idea is for a new type of scanning probe microscope (SPM) which could be used for 'picking up' molecules by expressing patterns of electrical charge on its tip that were complementary to the patterns of charge on the surfaces of molecules. The probe tips would be made from tetracyanoplatinate (TCP) salt crystals.

daratow's picture

Tags: MI# 527

I want to be the greatest juggler of all time, with minimal practice.

gatsby's picture

Tags: MI# 523

My invention is a computer governed active ballast system that does not significantly overweight the ship. I am confident that a track guided weight or weights, actuated by a worm gear spindle can negate even sudden changes in attitude, if a gyroscopic input device is paired with properly adjusted software logistics, and at minimal cost.

Doctor Dunkenstein's picture

Tags: MI# 514

Some guys and I from Massachusetts Institute of Technology came up with this many years ago. I think I'll take all the credit though. The invention is comprised of a jar that has a moveable bottom platform with one vertical degree of translation. This will add the ability to move all of the jar's contents up or down, depending on the position of the bottom platform.

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