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In This Issue:
• InventHelp Asks: Do Fuel-Saving Inventions Work?
• Born to Be Wild: The Invention of Motorcycles
• How long after the invention of canned food was the can opener invented?
In the classic movie The Wild One, the character Mildred asks Marlon Brando's character, "What are you rebelling against, Johnny?" He famously replies, "Whaddya got?"
American films like The Wild One and Easy Rider solidified the motorcycle's status as a symbol of rebellion and debauchery. But,...
Peter Durand invented canned food in 1813. There was one problem – Ezra Warner didn't invent the can opener for another 45 years (1858). It's doubtful that the shelf life was that long, so why the delay between the two?...