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Next in the line of "welcome to the future" products, we have the needleless drug injector developed by researchers at MIT. It uses pressure and force so localized that it's able to deliver medication at precise locations no wider than the proboscis of a mosquito. And you won't even get an itchy bump afterward (I hope).

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Last Thanksgiving we showed you how to cook a turkey using thermite. Now that summer is here (and somehow already coming to an end), it's time for something more BBQ-friendly. DIYer Ben Krasnow gathers his family and friends together for some nice beef kebabs. I'm not entirely sure about sticking glove-less hands near molten iron or ingesting something that's been touching said lava.

http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/08/thermite-bbq.html

http://thereifixedit.failblog.org/2010/11/25/white-trash-repairs-how-you-should-be-cooking-today/

http://benkrasnow.blogspot.com/

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Okay, let's try to assemble a normal tent. The long pole goes into the socket with the other short pole, the other other short pole slides into the flux capacitor, then cast expecto patronum on the tent stakes, then divide by zero, and voila! You're done.

Now here's a tent that makes camping a little bit easier. The tent has a geodesic dome frame that inflates when you pump it full of air. Just inflate, and you're done!

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I don't know what these students are studying but give them a degree. NOW. ~NSHA

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I think this is exactly what a construction site needs; gas-powered, all terrain wheelbarrows speeding in between precarious scaffolding. What could go wrong?

~NSHA

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