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Panties Created For One Night Stands

Two young and enterprising entrepreneurs have created wear once underwear for the morning after, after a one night stand. Packaged to fit into a case the size of a lipstick case, these panties can be a lifesaver.

Protect Feet and Country With Sanitary Socks: Great Idea?

Patent# US7012525, aka The Sanitary Security Sock System, is a way to do your part for your feet and your country at the same time. There’s a new unseen terrorist in town. His name is Freddie the Foot Fungus and he wants your feet! Read on and hang onto them. It will be a bumpy ride.

Four Fun Toys to Drive Your Cat Crazy

Got a fat cat like I do? Tired of the apathetic feline attitude that he/she displays? Well, these toys should help get your cat running amuck.

Russia’s Aqua Star: An Original Underwater Motorcycle

Twin brothers, 34-year-old Dmitry and Timophey Ryabikiny, from the Russian city of Yeisk, have created the Aqua Star. This original underwater motorcycle has some amazing technical characteristics, including a special glass for the helmet. Read on, even if you can’t swim.

Trash the Getting Down and Dirty With Wedding Photography

As beautiful and sentimental as they may be, most wedding photographs follow a similar format that are timeless but not what you'd call unique. Trash the showcases the photos of the risk-taking bridal parties willing to throw caution (and their glamorous wardrobes) to the wind to capture a series of unique shots.

6 Natural, Safe, Green Gifts For Your Children

If you are worried about buying your kids toys this holiday season I don't blame you. With all the bad news about lead and plastic and toxic paints in toys it's easy to consider buying them clothes and books instead, but don't give up. Below is a quick list of eco-friendly, kid-safe toys.

TEAC's New Multi-Format LP-R500 Plays Analog, Converts to Digital

The TEAC LP-R500 may not look like much, but it makes up in function what it falls short of in form. Vinyl records, cassette tapes and even FM radio can be played for a listen and burned onto CDs for perpetuity.

Leah McLaren: Model Entrepreneur For Young Writers

Journalism and writing are popular career aspirations for today's youth, but most don't know the right way to go about chasing their dreams. Leah McLaren is a popular columnist, magazine contributor and author who sets a model example for young entrepreneurs hoping to see their names in print.

Exercise May Help Overweight Children Be Less Angry

Studies have shown that overweight kids tend to be bullies or be bullied. And why do bullies push other kids around? Most likely because they are angry. A new study says that regular exercise may help reduce anger in healthy, overweight children.

Nissan Drops Launch Control and Warranty Issues

A few months back, owners of the Nissan GT-R were up in arms about how using launch control would void their factory warranty. Many claimed it was unfair for Nissan to use launch control for performance testing, and then post the numbers as official, mostly because to reach those numbers you would have no more warranty. Nissan responded to this by removing launch control from the GT-R completely for 2010.

Talking To Plants and Getting Answers: Great idea?

Patent # US 7113911 is definitely way out there even for people who consider themselves very middle-of-the road! The Voice Communication Concerning a Local Entity is from another alien cosmos, a place where only those who howl at the moon are fit to enter. Read on, but don’t howl. They might hear you.

China's Online Population: A Rapidly Growing Phenomenon

407 Within the span of less than ten years, China has become the world's second-largest online population. Today the country boasts of more than 100 million users which puts it second only to the United States. Read all about this growing phenomenon.

Baby Monitor Developed Focuses on Infant’s Breathing

Researchers have developed a prototype baby monitor that focuses on a baby’s breathing.

The Dad’s Cab: Fun Gag Gift Inspires New Business Idea

The Dad's Cab is a neat gadget that breeds an interesting business idea. How about charging children for the services we provide as parents, including carting them around to their many activities and engagements?

New Drug May Cure Jet Lag

A new drug developed by researchers helps the body produce more of the sleep hormone melatonin and could get rid of problems caused by jet lag and shift work.

Medical Student’s Invention Fights Super Bugs

Scientists have been warning people for years about a “super bug” that will be resistant to all antibodies and destroy the human race. One man has taken these warnings to heart and has invented a method to fight these super bugs.

Newborns Exposed to Smoking Moms Are More Irritable

While it is known that babies born to mothers that smoke during pregnancy can have low birth weight and an increased risk for sudden infant death syndrome, a new study now shows that these babies are also more irritable and difficult to soothe.

Hydrocar Toys Provide a Glimpse into Alternative Fuel Source

In a charged political and environmental climate, the toy Hydrocar can offer an educational glimpse into alternative fuel sources. Plus--it looks so cool!

RS-24 Rocket: Will it Defeat All Anti-Missile Systems?

First tested in May of last year, this Russian MIRV-equipped thermonuclear, intercontinental ballistic missile, which can carry up to ten independently targetable warheads, was created as a direct response to the missile shield the United States wants to deploy in Europe. Read on and…shudder.

Handheld Device Detects Early Signs of Cancer

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a prototype blood scanner that can locate cancer markers in the bloodstream.