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Want To Know If You've Found Your Soulmate? Ask Someone Around You

With Valentine’s day quickly approaching, what better way to celebrate than with a study on romantic interests? Researchers have found that when it comes to observing two people on a first date, it may be easy to tell whether or not they are interested in each other.

The Wrath of God in a Towel

Want a glimpse at what really happened to the world when Noah built the ark? Bet you didn't see a giant shammy in the scheme of things, did ya? Neither did I.

Come Out of The Rain: Great Idea?

Shelter from the storm is one of mankind’s basic needs and Patent# US 6948281 has come directly to the rescue with this different kind of Storm Shelter. Not only is this one large enough to hold an entire family, it is also capable of fitting beneath a mobile home. Read on for details, but check that water level.

New Kind of Shock Could Extend the Range of Electric Vehicles

In the never ending search for ways to make vehicles more efficient, any component large or small can become the next big step in automotive technology. Such is the case with a new suspension system that uses the vertical motion of the vehicle to recapture energy.

Creative Way To Write Your Way To Your Name in Lights

There are many people out there who dream of becoming published writers, and for most of these individuals of all ages, their creative writing pursuits never develop into anything substantial. Two businesses out there help writers establish their names in print. Cowrite is developing a community-sourced screenplay with multiple writers, and Tikatok lets kids of all ages publish their own storybooks.

Breath Into the Eco-box And Make Fuel

These days it seems everything can be turned into fuel: cooking oil, garbage, corn, algae, etc. I never imaged an airport full of people's breaths could be converted into fuel too. If the idea seems a little far-fetched, it isn't. The breaths we exhale could one day be recycled into fuel. Liverpool John Lennon Airport, in Liverpool, U.K will be the first to test the idea this year, with the Eco-box.

Audi Releases Third Generation of MMI

Back in 2002 Audi released an in car multimedia system called MMI that, at the time, was considered by many to be one of the most user friendly in car systems on the market. Since then, they have redesigned the system twice, both times giving it even more features and goodies. The most recent version, MMI III, promises to be the most user-friendly and advanced system yet.

Cut The Hassle With Uncle Norman's 4-In-1 Pet Sponge

It's a hassle to bathe your pet at home, even if he's only teacup size. Not all dogs, and no cats that I know of, enjoy being bathed. Most of them don't just sit still while you wet, shampoo, rinse, rinse again, condition, rinse, etcetera. They squirm and cry and shudder, and make you believe yourself that you are wickedly mistreating them.

Income Boosting Businesses Help You Sell Your Junk

Selling things you don't need can be a great way to boost your income when times get hard during this economic downturn. These businesses may not have been created with the recession in mind, but their unique existence sure comes in handy at a time like this. Read on and learn about how you can turn items lying around your household into money in your pocket.

Electrolux Design Lab '09 Call For Entries: Design For 90 Years!

Every year the challenge gets steeper for designers entering the Electrolux Design Lab competition. Design Lab '09 is no exception. The theme: "Designs for the next 90 years." The deadline: May 31, 2009. If you are planning on entering this competition, I suggest you get started.

See Into the Dark With the PathFindIR System

Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) is a feature that has been slowly creeping into the car market. They are reserved for the highest end luxury models, but as with most technology, it will eventually trickle down to many other models as well. However, if you want FLIR without the wait, a new aftermarket system is now available.

Bandages That Are Grosser Than The Real Injury

What’s the best way to make an injury look cool? Wear disgusting looking bandages, of course! Scabs Bandages has created some gross band-aids to cover your injuries, yet still look stylish at the same time.

Sweethearts®, British Style: Love Hearts Go Gold And Silver!

Love Hearts candies are definitely the sentimental equivalent of our Sweethearts® when it comes to the role they play in the Valentine history of a Brit. That's why Suck UK's sterling silver and gold plated versions of the Love Heart make gifting so sweet!

Gum Disposal Pocket: Great Idea?

Patent#US 6830152 or the Gum Disposal Pocket answers that age-old question of where to put that gum once you have finished with it. Read on even if you have found other places.

Reverse Chocolates Say It's Good to Give Back on Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day in Japan has always been about girls giving to guys. Now candy makers are hoping to double their business with chocolate packaging printed in reverse.

Mission Motorcycles Working On Fastest All Electric Cycle

While the battle to produce the fastest production electric vehicle has been heating up throughout the past few months, electric motorcycles haven't had much time in the spotlight. Thankfully, Mission Motorcycles has come forward with plans of producing the fastest all electric motorcycle on the market and they are already taking pre-orders.

More Fun Than PhotoShop? Create Images Anywhere With SumoPaint

Ever wish you had a copy of Photoshop on your work computer, just in case you get hit with inspiration in the middle of the work day?  If you're the type who needs image manipulation on the fly, then SumoPaint is for you.

Oreck Vacuum Zaps Germs with UV Rays

Vacuuming the home is definitely a mundane chore, but one necessary to live in a clean environment. Do we really get all the germs when doing this though? Oreck doesn't think so, introducing this week the world's first upright vacuum which uses ultraviolet light to kill all that nasty stuff on your floor.

Smallest Russian Submarine: Officially Registered as Boat

Mikhail Puchkov hails from St. Petersburg and he has the distinction of being the proud owner and creator of Russia’s smallest submarine. He built it himself and although it was once illegal to own a submarine, the vessel is now officially registered (albeit as a boat) with its own name and number. Read all about this most amazing man and his sub.

Wired for Weather: Mountain Hardwear Ardica Jackets

Traditionally, Mountain Hardwear had sought to fight the elements solely by using advanced shells and insulation designed to knock wind down and keep body heat in. However, they've turned to the eternal solver of all problems-electricity- to help in the good fight.