InventHelp Newsletter, September 2008
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In This Issue:
• Bubble Wrap® Pops Up with Young Inventors Contest
• Best of the 101 Gadgets that Changed the World
• Who invented the first pea-less whistle?
You use it to wrap fragile items and pack them up safely. You trust it to keep your delicate vases free from cracks and scuffs on the way home from the store. You can even pop it to relieve stress...
The Independent, the British compact newspaper affectionately known by locals as the "Indie," recently took on the laborious task of selecting 101 Gadgets That Changed the World. We at InventHelp know this is no easy feat – just thinking...
During a 1984 pre-Olympic Basketball game between Argentina and Brazil, referee Ron Foxcroft saw a foul and blew his whistle. But nothing happened! The pea in the whistle chamber malfunctioned, nearly causing the fans to riot. Foxcroft had to be...