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MIT Invents Wireless Electricity

MIT has invented wireless electricity. Long-time readers of the blog (both of us) will remember my To Do List. I'm not keen with items being taken away from me. The item reads: Invent wireless electricity (I'm still waiting on Rob to finish his portable cold fusion device).

What's unusual is that the "Rob" noted in the above is Rob Clark, currently studying at MIT. Hmmm… What's troubling is this: The List is meant to show progress. Do I remove items once they become impossible to achieve? The List should not be about disappointment or despair, but hope and triumph.

2 Responses to "MIT Invents Wireless Electricity"

  1. It might be good to examine if they've violated your intellectual property rights. 😉 Just a thought. Seriously, thats pretty cool stuff. I wonder if it microwaves you if you get in the electricity's path.

  2. Jeff Smith said on November 16, 2006:

    It might be good to examine if they've violated your intellectual property rights. 😉 Just a thought. Seriously, thats pretty cool stuff. I wonder if it microwaves you if you get in the electricity's path.

    You've got to be kidding...


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