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The 5 Greatest Innovations of Mankind – #1

1. Rain X This stuff is bottled magic. That’s right, it works by magic. Now don’t start talking to me about surface tension or molecular densities, or any of that science mumbo-jumbo unless you have seen Rain X in action. I know what I am talking about. I studied engineering and nothing in any books […]

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The 5 Greatest Innovations of Mankind – #2

2. Light Bulb The light bulb is a bulb shaped device that takes electricity and emits lights. It comes in various wattage and lasts a pretty long time – all things considered. I find this particularly useful as I am a bit of a night owl. So thank Edison for the light bulb. He makes […]

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The 5 Greatest Innovations of Mankind – #3

3. M3 Power Razor People that know me probably assumed I would have ranked this the number 1 innovation. Those people are wrong. When I first started shaving I was very excited. It is a big deal for a kid to have to shave. It made me feel so adult. Something my stacks of comic […]

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The 5 Greatest Innovations of Mankind – #4

4. The 1st & 10 Line In football you have 4 downs to move the football before the other team gets the ball. You can restart the count (and be at first down) by moving 10 yards from where you initially start with the ball. Are you with me so far? This is referred to […]

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The 5 Greatest Innovations of Mankind – #5

5. Caller ID Back in 1997-1998 I worked with a woman who told me that caller ID was the greatest invention ever. Even greater than the telephone. While I have only ranked caller ID as the fifth greatest innovation, I did rank it higher then the telephone. How can something that depends on a phone’s […]

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