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About a year ago I did a video about how useless Stormtrooper Armour is. After seeing Rogue One, it's even worse.


When I posted my previous video Stormtroopers armour, I got a lot of comments from people who actually defended the armour as being something that was actually pretty useful. Naturally, I disagreed. My argument was that the armour clearly is no defense against blasters and other weapons in the Star Wars Universe.

Most of the comments centered on the fact that nothing can defend a person from a blaster shot, but the armour was a good overall protection from all sorts of physical contact. While that seems like a bit of a stretch, I can understand it, even though you never see any scenes where a Stormtrooper avoided injury because of their armour.

Things change... [More]

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Pondering Noah's Ark!

Did Noah build the FIRST BOAT EVER?


First of all, let me say that I'm not an atheist. I have a very strong Christian faith, but there's a few things in The Bible that can really make you go Hmmm, such as the story of Noah's Ark, as it's written in the Book of Genesis.

Once you get beyond the debate of whether Noah actually built an Ark large enough for at least two of every single animal on the plant, there's an even bigger issue that comes to mind, that you never hear anyone talk about, until now... Did Noah INVENT boating?

I'm serious about this. Did Noah INVENT the idea of building a boat? After all, there is no mention of anyone else being saved from the rains by using a boat, so it implies that Noah and his family were the only people on the face of the Earth who ha... [More]

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Enough With The Photo Tagging!

Think before you tag!


Social media is a wonderful thing. Where else can you share photos of the macaroni and cheese you just made with all your friends, family, and coworkers? Before Facebook came along, sharing photos meant that you had two copies made of each print, so you can give away the extra copy.

Since then, we can not only share every photo with hundreds of our friends and family at once, we can even share them with strangers who happen to be the friends and family of the people we tag in photos. That's where things start to get weird.

The trouble with tagging photos is that a lot of people don't realize that when you tag the people in your photos, you are essentially adding your photo to the Timelines of every person you tag. This means all their friends and f... [More]

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Did you know that grand prize on America's Got Talent is spread out over 40 years?


The winner of last year's million dollar prize on America's Got Talent was 13 years old, which is a pretty good thing, because at least she'll get a chance to spend it while she's relatively young. That's because the prize is spread out over 40 years, which works out to be about $25,000 per year. So the 13 year old winner will be 53 by the time she's received her last payment.

That's just plain bizarre, especially when you consider all the hype around the prize itself, and the seemingly unlimited budget they spend on just about everything else on the show. I wouldn't be surprised of somebody like Howard Stern was paid a million an episode, meanwhile the winner walks away with $25,000 per year... [More]

Continue...America's Got Talent Million Dollar Prize... Over 40 Years?...

You Call THAT Cheese?

There's a big difference between American Slices, American Singles... and REAL American CHEESE.


If you go to the dairy department of just about every supermarket, you'll find bunch of products that say everything from "American Slices", "American Singles", to completely made up names like "Velveeta", but when you read the label, the one thing they're not allowed to call them is "American Cheese". That's because, they're NOT American Cheese.

They're made from milk, just like the real thing, but they're processed and have a completely different taste and texture.

The interesting thing about most of these processed cheeses is that although you often find them in the refrigerated section of the supermarket, most of them don't require refrigeration. They do that to give you t... [More]

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Missing Options in Apple Photos for iOS

I love the photos App, but it's missing a few critical features.


My photo library is pretty big, with about 23,000 photos and videos, it's getting harder and harder to find a photo when you're looking for it. Thankfully Apple's Photos App has features to automatically categorize photos using their cloud based photo recognition software, which basically lets you search for faces and common objects, but it falls short when it comes to personal details.

For example, you can search for Cat, and it will find every picture featuring a cat. That's pretty slick, but what if I'm looking for something like a Grateful Dead T-Shirt, my graduation photo, or pictures of my old office? To find things like that, they way to enter titles, descriptions and keywords, which is only possible wh... [More]

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Honest Talk Show Product Placement

It's hard to take news shows seriously, when the hosts shamelessly promote handbags.


There's a fine line between news, information, and commercial endorsements, and morning talk shows cross it every single day. How are we supposed to take hosts like Matt Lauer seriously when he just spent 7 minutes talking about makeup and handbag "Steals and Deals"?

Look, I realize TV is a business, and they need to make money, but I don't think a news and information show should be endorsing products without fully disclosing that they're being paid to make the endorsement. Current FCC regulations require them to make some sort of disclosure, but most people never see them because they zoom by in the credits at the end.

I think the FCC should require them to either make an announcement j... [More]

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We Need Better Pedestrian Technology

Pedestrians need better technology to avoid accidents at intersections.


Cars today are loaded with all sorts of technology to avoid accidents, but pedestrians technology hasn't changed in decades. Isn't it time somebody put some effort into finding new ways to cut down on the number of pedestrian accidents too?

The problem is many drivers speed up when the traffic light is about to change, often catching pedestrians by surprise, giving them no time to get out of the way. What we need is a warning system for both the driver and pedestrian, based on radar, sonar or laser sensors. When sensors detect a car zooming down the block in the direction of a pedestrian, both the pedestrian and the car should have some sort of visible and audible warning that there's a potential collis... [More]

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Better Liquid Waste Management

Throwing liquid waste into garbage cans doesn't make sense.


When I was in elementary school, we had a simple routine in our lunchroom for getting rid of our trash. First, we scrapped out our trays into the garbage, next we poured out any remaining milk into a bucket, before throwing out the container. It made sense. Why pour gallons of milk into a plastic bag?

Meanwhile, that's exactly what we do when we throw out our remaining drink at fast food restaurants. Doesn't it make sense that they offer some sort of drain where you can pour out the leftover soft drinks?

My main complaint is that all those liquids eventually leak out of the bags and lead to a smelly mess around the garbage container, not to mention from leaking garbage trucks that leave a trail of goop all arou... [More]

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Who Still Buys Margarine?

Butter vs Margarine? I'm sticking with butter.


When I see margarine in the supermarket, I scratch my head and wonder... who still buys margarine? To me, there's no comparison. Butter's been around for thousands of years and it has just one or two simple ingredients, cows milk and salt.

Margarine is mystery oil, turned into a thick goop by scientists using a heat and all sorts of ingredients, which often turn it into an unhealthful mess that still can't compare with the taste of butter. It was created in a lab as a "Healthful Alternative" to butter, but many of them, especially stick margarine still contain trans fats.

While there are newer blends that have fewer trans fats by mixing them with butter, pure margarine is still mystery goop to me.

There are people who d... [More]

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In defense of defense spending, it's not always the contractor's fault.


One of the biggest misconceptions about "overpriced" military spending is that contractor intentionally inflates prices of everyday items. While that may happen from time to time, most of the blame is on the government representatives that put together the original bids.

The essence of the problem is that when a contract calls for items with very specific details, this adds several major expenses.

First, the contractor needs to spend a certain amount of time doing research to determine if the item already exists, or if it needs to manufacture it. Even if they find that it's an off-the-shelf item, they still needed to pay people to do the research and acquire the items.

Assuming they need to manuf... [More]

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Reality TV Shouldn't Feature Illegal Activity

Reality TV needs a reality check.


I recently saw a "Reality TV" show that follows the ins and outs of a bunch of back woods Moonshiners. I don't know much about the show, but it seemed to me that entire premise of the show was that these guys were running an illegal still in the middle of the woods so that they could avoid being caught by the police. Even if they "faked" the whole thing, isn't it still wrong?

No matter how you slice it, the whole thing is wrong. If they weren't actually making illegal Moonshine, it was fake and they were deceiving the audience. If it was real, everyone involved, including the cast and their entire crew were breaking the law. Either way, they were glorifying criminal activity.

While I don't watch much TV, I stumbled on several other sho... [More]

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Ideas For Better Car Batteries

Car batteries need to move into the 21st century.


We have seen major changes to just about every part of today's cars. One thing that hasn't changed, is the battery. They still have the same outdated metal terminals, and they're harder than ever to jump-start when you get stuck. Isn't it time we see some change?

It's hard enough jump starting your battery when they're jammed into hard to reach areas, but to make matters worse, they still have outdated terminals, which is nearly impossible to secure your jumper cables. If car makers are going to place the battery in a hard to reach area, they should at least give you a dedicated place somewhere else to attach your terminals.

Even if they don't do that, I'd love to see an improvement to the clamp itself. Why not create a... [More]

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I love cloud backup, but it's slow and takes up too many resources.


There are countless advantages to using a cloud backup service, however, speed isn't one of them. Cloud backups are notoriously slow, in some cases taking weeks or even months to make the initial backup. Conversely, local backups take only a matter of minutes. Here's an idea for an invention that gives you the advantages of both.

My idea is a to combine the two into a single, external drive. When the drive is connected, you can use it like any other hard drive, as either primary storage, or as a backup. In either case, the drive would be blazing fast.

Unlike a traditional external drive, this drive would also have a WiFi or Ethernet LAN port, so it can be connected to the Internet and handle your cloud... [More]

Continue...Local Attached, External Cloud Backup Invention...

Dash-Cam With a Tattle Tale Button!

Wouldn't it be great if you could hit a button on your dash-cam whenever you see somebody doing something unsafe?


There are a lot of unsafe drivers out there. Whenever I see somebody doing something unsafe, the first thing that comes to my mind is hoping a police officer saw it too. That's where today's idea of the day comes from.

I'd love to see a dash cam that could automatically send the last minute of footage to the police, so they'll have evidence of unsafe drivers. All you'd have to do is hit the button within a minute or so of the incident. Ideally, if the system was anonymous, everyone would be willing to use it whenever you see something wrong. Think of it as a roaming Big Brother. If enough people have this system, there would be a lot fewer people driving like... [More]

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Bumper Guards Are... STUPID!

What's the deal with all those stupid Bumper Guards?


So let me get this straight. People buy these ugly looking things to put on their bumpers so that other cars won't scratch them. Meanwhile, the bumper guards are 1000 times uglier than the scratches they were designed to prevent. Brilliant. Meanwhile, I see them every day throughout New York City and it makes me scratch my head and wonder how the heck they became so popular.

It reminds me of the days when people put plastic on their couches to keep them from looking dirty.

As a New Yorker, I can totally understand the concept behind the idea itself. You get back to your car and notice a brand new scratch almost every day, so the idea of protecting it makes sense. What doesn't make sense is that people don't just put... [More]

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Weekend FedEx Delivery For The Same Price

FedEx is behind the times.


When I think of FedEx, the first thing that comes to mind is overnight letters, which were the mainstay of their early years. Now that there are so many other ways to send documents digitally, you would think FedEx would focus on the competitive home package delivery business, which they are seriously at risk of losing to the US Postal Service, and in the very near future, to Amazon.

One of the best things about Amazon is Amazon Prime, their 2-day delivery service. To make the service even better they even negotiated a deal with the US Postal Service to include 7 day deliveries, which was unheard of until recently. Weekend delivery is so important to Amazon that they're even creating their own fleet of trucks to manage the deliveries. Clearly, we... [More]

Continue...Weekend FedEx Delivery For The Same Price...

How STRONG Is Your Coffee?

The strength of coffee can vary quite a bit between brands, the trouble is, you have no way to compare them until you bring them home.


Considering the vast variety of coffees on the market, you would think there would be at least some standards to determine the relative strengths between them.

For example, why not create a standard scale from 1 to 10 for characteristics such as bitterness, acidity, and caffeine? That would be an awful lot easier than just reading a vague description that says something like "Full body aroma and rich taste".

Talk Shows... Without a Regular Host?

Talk shows can get repetitive. Here's how to fix that.


When I think of talk shows, one thing comes to mind, interviews between a host and A-List celebrities. Most of the time, the host starts out as a B-List celebrity.

You never see talk shows start off with a well known A-List celebrity, which makes sense, because most A-List celebrities would never commit to a long term contract doing a daily show.

That said, I think it would be pretty easy getting an A-List celebrity to commit to doing just one show a week... for a couple of months. That's the essence of today's idea. I think it would be great to see a show that doesn't have a regular host. Instead of the same old host each night, we'd not only see a fresh host each night, but a fresh batch of guests, because the ho... [More]

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Chopsticks Forks!

If you love eating Chinese food with bamboo chopsticks, you'll love this invention.


Just about every authentic Chinese restaurant serves their food with bamboo chopsticks. Most of the time, the sticks are fused together at the top, so you have to pull them apart before you can use them. That's the inspiration for today's idea.

As I sat in a restaurant a while ago pulling my chopsticks apart, it occurred to me that if they bevelled the top, and made slits, the fused end would make a pretty good bamboo fork. This would be perfect for people who have trouble with chopsticks, without the restaurant needing to give out additional silverware.

We can find virtually anything we want online, except people.


Before the Internet, we had phone books and 411 directory assistance. They were simple, but reliable ways to find just about anyone or any business in seconds. This was mainly due to the fact that phone companies automatically put every phone number into their directory, so unless you paid extra to get an unlisted number, you could be found in the phone book.

Fast forward a few decades and the phone companies no longer make phone directories and just about everything we do is online. Unfortunately, without a central phone directory. we no longer have a single, reliable way to find people and businesses.

Isn't it time somebody like Google, Apple, or Microsoft did something about this? We need a modern director... [More]

Continue...We Need a Universal Directory For Finding People and Businesses...

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* Note: The ideas on "Idea of the Day" were posted without any formal research into existing inventions.

In some cases, patents may already exist for these ideas, in other cases, there may not be any existing patents and you are free to develop and explore the viability of developing and patenting the ideas.

The authors make no claim that any of the ideas are safe, practical, or suitable for any particular purpose. You are responsible for the results of trying, developing, patenting or using any of the ideas on this site.

For some people, our ideas are just an interesting read, but our goal is to encourage you to take action. If you see an idea that you like, do something with it... Take action.


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