Another day, another Wii. Yesterday saw a load of entries and they’re all worth reading. Some of them are dripping with nostalgia and brought back a lot of old memories.
Today the question posed is â€œWhat invention do you want to see most in the future?”.
Already out of the blocks early this morning is Roosta with Giant Fighting Robots.
Daragh – Star Trek-like Transporters.
Simon wants room temp superconductors.
Kevin wants a Provigil prescription.
Darran wants free energy. Not love. Well. Maybe…
Rumble Strips wants calorie killers and self-cleaning houses.
Liam wants a DNA analyser/fixer.
Brian wants a big bloody feat of technology engineering, not something namby-pamby. Right on!
Raptured Ponies want Super Strings.
Johnny K says he wants a product that will guarantee healthy teeth and gums.
Joe wants an ultracheap data plan for world travel.
Conor says a medical diagnostic machine.
Adam says wireless electricity.
And since people keep asking me, not the Science Week people, prizes are awarded next week after all the postings.
[…] I will not make the same mistake twice. Today’s question is “What invention would you like to see most in the future?“. […]
My entry for today…
And interestingly it might make some commuters available for the time management programme researcher.
Cool. Who won yesterdays wii?
here is my entry today.
Mine’s up, too.
[…] Damien is putting together a full list of each day – have a read of some of the other entries for what people are looking forward to in the future!! […]
Well here’s my entry
Sure stick meself up there and all so 🙂
Just like school homework, left it to the last minute. Sorry Mr. Mulley.
Darran not Daran 😉
[…] Day 2 of the science week ireland blogging thing and the question is “What invention do you want to see most in the future?” […]
Quick question, are we meant to be telling you, or are we meant to be linking to each others posts? If it’s the latter… who is collecting the posts/links?
Most Desired Invention Is A Carsync…
SCIENCE WEEK IRELAND asks, “What invention would you like to see most in the future?” I want my car to sync to my house and my workplace. (I don’t want a sink in my car, as one of the students attending Science Week Ireland thought.) When I’m at h…
i did it too!
i’m not sure what that […] is
[…] the good people at Science Week want to consider this as an entry for both today’s and yesterday’s competition then they’re more than welcome to do […]
Trackback didn’t seem to work. My answer is here.
Oops linked to wrong question.
Question 2 answered