Science's Strangest Inventions: Extraordinary but true stories from over 200 years of inventive history

Science's Strangest Inventions: Extraordinary but true stories from over 200 years of inventive history

Tom Quinn


The background of technological know-how is affected by mad, undesirable and delightfully dotty innovations, from the bicycle that relied for its momentum at the rider waggling his head from side to side continuously to the enhanced Pneumatic ads Hat - a bowler that hurled a lit-up billboard into the air on the contact of a button - or the suitcase that became a small boat for the apprehensive ferry passenger. this is the opportunity to pattern, between different delights, Professor Ray's nostril Adjusting computer, Admiral Popov's round Warship, the ideal sound asleep accomplice (a jap pillow formed similar to a guy with an arm outfitted on the correct perspective for a comforting cuddle) and final, yet in no way least, Calantarient's better Dung seize for Carriage Horses hired through girls of favor and people of a fragile structure.

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