7 UnKnown Inventions You Should Know About
We all curious to know what are the things invented and who invented it? Does it impact well on the people living or does it impact badly on the people living? Let’s look at few inventions which are not characterized but they are too scared to invest in them.
1). Free Energy
Nikola Tesla had an idea to use harness free energy in 1989, in which there is no need to burn fossil fuels. It can be created by using ionization of upper atmosphere to create electrical vibration but by any chance the people who are funding their research they didn’t approve it because the free energy will not give them any profit.
2). Carburettor By Tom Ogle
In 1970s Tom Ogle invented a carburetor and in modern life cars provide a great mileage, but it is nothing to compare of the carburetor and from research, found that it could take up to 48km millage in just one litter, it was never professionalizing.
The legend calls it “the summoner of the rain” and it was the perfect name for it. The well-known scientist “Wilhelm Reich” invented the machine after seeing the drought condition in Maine. First, he made the machine and made it work after few hours the whole area was covered with dense cloud, and after that, it started raining.
4). Water Cars
There are different prototypes of cars supposed to be running on water, but no company wanted to work on them. So, there was the small car which invented by Stan Mayer which can give mileage 43kilometer in 1L but yes it never saw a light of the day.
5). Home Nuclear Energy
We all know about nuclear and how destructive nuclear can be, but in ancient time we used it for power local household and communities. It just needs a small place, and it could keep a long-time period, and before the release investors, lost their interest, and then we never saw it.
6). A fully electric car
In 1990, General Motors first introduced a fully electric car, which was not like hybrid cars and was called GM EV1, but in this project, it turned into a failure as the organization decided that people will not be satisfied with its battery life. There were some rumors that oil companies pressured them to shut down the project.
7) Pencil Pusher
American businesses use about 21 million tons of paper every year according to clean air council. Now Chinese trip is planning to change with their P&P Office Waste Paper Processor which transforms papers into a recycled pencil, but there are no practical implications found, and nowadays every one prefers to take notes from tablet and laptop.