Could Making Our Electronics Sneeze Extend Their Life? The Gesundheit Radio Says Yes (Video)

February 10, 2010 by  
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Image via Unplggd Keeping dust out of your gadget’s inner workings is a sure way to make them last longer.

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Badger Culling Not a Cost Effective Means of Protecting Cattle

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Image credit: Wikimedia Commons Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) is the scourge of cattle farmers in the United Kingdom—costing an average of £27,000 per infected herd. Slowing bTB’s spread is one of the major techniques farmers and the government use to fight the disease. The culling of carrier species—specifically badgers—has been part of this defense for generations

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Like Winning the Lottery: How Dunkin’ Donuts Uses Technology to Promote Recycling

February 10, 2010 by  
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Students of recycling know that one big issue in reducing waste is human nature.

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Screw-in Coffin Saves Space, Reduces Labor Costs

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all images from patent application The Bible says “ashes to ashes and dust to dust” but that doesn’t stop many people from wanting a permanent, tightly sealed container for their loved one’s remains. But burying people horizontally is an extravagant use of real estate, and digging those holes is a lot of work. Inventor Donald Scruggs to the rescue; he would have us spinning in our graves with Patent 2007/005958 , “A series of burial containers having means by which they can be pressed, agitated, screwed and or self bored into a receiving material, provide low cost interment methods w..

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Retractable Leash Concept Uses Dog To Power Lights for Safe Walks

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Images via Fido Fashion After some debate on whether or not having a dog means a bigger carbon footprint than having an SUV , we’re seeing our furry friends ramp up their contribution to the green movement. First, it was the solar powered dog sweater

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