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Built-In hands free for Mobile phones Printer Friendly Version
The present hands-free cables using for mobile phones may became twists on usage. Like head phones to walk-man. Everytime we need to unwind the twists. For this, if we can have built-in hands free in a circular box, which will be like measuring tapes (winds internally in a circular box). One side, the jack could be kept outside which plugs into the cell and the other side speakers. This compact like hands-free box could have facility to attach with mobile phone hand set or could carry separatly. This box should be such a less in weight, which could be buttoned to shirt like the present hand-free cable.
Reward: Who ever wish to utilize this idea, if they can give the name of this product with my name, "Parthasaradhi" thats enough as reward for me. 

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Mary Bowen
Styler hot air brush Printer Friendly Version
The Revo or similar rotating brush, but it has a hair drying capacity. It will blow hot air while rotating, like a hot air brush. With the present rotating brushes you have to use the other hand to hold a dryer. This would incorporate both into one thing.
Reward: Maybe a prototype. 

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National Water Pipeline Distribution System Printer Friendly Version
The technology has been around for thousands of years and is simple in construction. Every year the United States experiences droughts in various parts of the country and severe flooding in other areas. I propose that a series of water pipelines be constructed all over the US. As an example in the midwest, this year flooding is causing billions of dollars in property and crop damages. If a series of catch basins were established up and down the Mississippi and Missouri rivers and then directed into large (minimum 10 foot diameter) pipes which can then be redirected to the southwest where drought conditions are present it would reduce flooding and provide much needed water to the southwest.
This I know is very simplistic but our technology today can do this. The cost is expensive but over the course of a few short years it should pay for itself. Think of it major areas of the country that continue to struggle with droughts and fires could be reduced with a constant flow of water from other parts of the country where flooding occurs on a routine basis or is prevelant. Since the two major areas of water shortages are the south west (Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico), and south eastern US (Fl, GA, SC) I suggest start building pipelines to these two areas first.
Today as I write this the Mississippi is flooding and dumping into the Gulf of Mexico billions of gallons of water that could be utilized in other parts of the country.
To cut costs most of the pipeline should stay above ground.
Once pipeline established many areas of the country could see significant growth in farm production and bring in new businesses.
Just a thought and I hope to hear back from someone. Is this a crazy idea or what??? Please let me know.
Reward: Just would like to get recognition that I was the first to think of it. Maybe name the first pipeline after me or a name I recommend. 

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