Futuristic inventions and emerging technologies that will change the world

What do the inventions of the future look like?

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  • Self-sustaining space colonies and unlimited fusion energy would bring humanity to a new point in our evolution.
  • Flying cars and robot butlers could be the next paradigm shift in our tech appetite for change.
  • Death and consensus reality might soon become obsolete.
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10 surprising day jobs of famous inventors and scientists

Famous inventors and scientists submission to the daily grind

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  • Albert Einstein worked as a patent clerk for seven years.
  • In between painting and inventing, Leonardo da Vinci made war machines for the Duke of Milan.
  • Isaac Newton was almost forced to forget mathematics and become a farmer.
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5 famous inventor biographies

The lives behind a few key inventors.

  • Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron, was considered to be one of the first computer programmers.
  • Inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, was also a socially-conscious man.
  • The Wright Brothers took the sky with minimal funding and support.
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9 inventors who were killed by their inventions

Science gone horribly wrong. This infographic presents inventors where wiped out by their own creations. 

The deadly Hunley submarine (NAVSOURCE.ORG)

Yes, we know, “no pain, no gain,” but too much of a good thing…

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