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The High-mobile Printer Friendly Version
I think it would be really cool if there was a drunk-proof car. ... something that was designed specifically to cater to the inebriated. The main selling feature of this car (or van) would be that if you got pulled over by smokey, no problem.
Customer:"it's alll-right ossifer. I'm in a highmobile".
Police: Ah, so you are. Pro-ceed.
This could be something as simple as a cardbox box with wheels drawn with Crayon. ... with a good stereo of course. (:
Reward: a statue errected in my honor. 

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Mobile Residential Temperature Control Printer Friendly Version
Have you ever been in bed in the middle of the night and didn't want to get up to turn on the thermostat (heater/ac) in order to maintain a comfortable temperature in the bedroom so that you can have a peaceful night's sleep? Well, with the invention of the mobile thermostat, you will never encounter this dilemma again.
This device is a remote control to the main thermostat in the house that emits an electronic signal to the (main) thermostat basically to control the temperature as recorded by multiple temperature monitors throughout the house that just report the current temperature in each room by sending a signal that identifies the location of that particular monitor and the current temperature in the room. Since most thermostats aren't located in the bedroom and are moreso designed to control temperatures in common areas, my idea is to have electronic vents (also controlled by the remote) that you can open and close at the push of a button. This way, you can warm up the bathroom in the winter without getting up from your bed until it has reached your desired level of comfort.
In addition to electronic vents, you will also need temperature monitors that communicate with the remote and alert you when the desired area has reached the target temperature.
Thus, you will be able to heat and cool one room at a time at your leisure without having to do more than push a button. Also, this will do wonders for energy saving and keeping those energy bills under control.
Reward: Recognition and to own the original prototype. 

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Transport produced electricity Printer Friendly Version
Everyone walks and/or drives. Technology exists now to produce electric charge when pressure is applied - looks like sandwiched sheets.
Why not put huge expanses of these sheets under the main thoroughfares, stations, highways, etc...? Then all this random human movement starts producing electricity for our cities. Store it properly in something better than batteries.

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