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This solves the problem of the fruit collection of apple, pear, nuts, citrics and other fruit trees. A wooden press is applied to the base of the trunk of young trees. A constricted zone is generated, which will later be useful to shake the tree. An enlarged portion is developed in the perpendicular to the restriction axis, which compensates the diminished liquid flow.
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Ever went to a party and forgot which was your glass? They all look the same. And when glasses run out, you have to share it with someone. Did I mention that the previous drinker had HIV, Hepatitis, Herpes or who knows what?
Here come the numbered glasses.
Termites are the only economical way to convert cellulose into food. Why not? A cheap and influential project. See an article or a whole blog on the termite project at www.netic.com.ar/termites
The ideal fast food had not been invented, before the FastNuggets. I plan to design a tool like a sealed sandwich toaster, but with 12 nuggets the size of a mouthfull. The 12 nuggets will be bond together by a thin piece of dough, in 4×3 shape.
It will be the ideal to-go food, without the spillings that prevent juice sandwiches to be eating by walking individuals. The 12 units will have different fillings, some solid, some semi-solid. I need only 100 grand to develop, test and patent.
If you came to Baires or invite me to your place, I will let you taste a few prototypes… McDonald and Burger will die to have this product.
I want to sell small wine bottles, in a set of 6, with numbers instead of labels. Labels will go in a closed envelope, together with the number equivalence to each label.
Wine testing will be demystified and put into the average-Joe table.
We tested the product in family meetings and parties and it was very successfull, people like it and would pay for it.
This looks like the solution for many sea side communities with scarce drinking water. The plant is called Salicornia, and the experiment of feeding sheep was performed by an Argentine scientist, winning the Innovar prize.
The lambs had 50% less colesterol when fed with salicornia, pointing to an original, cheap and abundant natural resource.
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Salicornia: agricultura con agua de mar
Oscar Alberto Bianciotto
Desarrolla las posibilidades de cultivo de una especie vegetal halófita nativa de Tierra del Fuego. Regada con agua de mar, tiene potencial nutricional para el hombre y podría conferir características especiales a la carne de ovinos engordados con esta especie. El colesterol se redujo. al 50% en corderos alimentados con pastizales de Salicornia, que resultan más magros para consumo humano.