Thursday, December 14, 2017

Inventions Needed : Marine inline fuel filter that is made strongly of metal and wont pull apart 12 14 2017

Inventions Needed : Marine inline fuel filter that is made strongly of metal and wont pull apart 12 14 2017

To be mounted inline just off the portable gas tank hose.
It would have to also be high flow model with no increase in fuel pump pressure required.
It would save intricate and costly replacement of fuel filter located in the outboard.
I would think a standard clam shell type metal fabricated seam would not be strong enough and eventually wobble/weasel apart.
So this would have to be perhaps a screw on cap to it that has one or more orings and a set screw, it would also have to be tamper resistant.  And could or could not incorporate replaceable internal filter elements.  Also it should not be so awkward that it causes separation of gas line from tank.

You know come to think of it all marine tanks should likely be made with this feature incorporated into the top of the plastic shell of them.  Whereby there are mounting brackets and a fuel filter that is safely housed in all means as mentioned above.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

One final note, I think that a marine gas can should be made so that a 300 pound man could stand on it.  And it should have a flat top with an inset handle.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Inventions Needed: Novel Electric Trolling Motor 12 05 2017

Inventions Needed: Novel Electric Trolling Motor 12 05 2017

This would be a trolling motor that would mount to the back of your transom to one side.  The housing of it would not be able to turn.  However the motor could be lowered or raised to allow better use and efficiency of your Gas outboard or Inboard Outboard.

So how would you turn with an electric that is in a fixed position left and right?  Turning would be handled by water channeling through to the propellor.  There would be a dampener on each front side of a cylinder that encapsulates the electric motor head.  When both both dampeners are open the electric travels straight.  When the left dampener is open an underwater Bernoulli effect hydrodynamic would likely be created that channeled the water from the prop more to one side.  In effect a vacuum effect.water being drawn in from that side moves the boat in the direction the water is being drawn in from, exactly the same as how a thruster works.

The motor could be controlled by a wireless remote control held in the hand.  A dial would control left or right.  This type of motor would also serve as a secondary propulsion for shallow water travel such as up a shallow river.

© 2017 Thomas Paul Murphy

Inventions Needed: Novel Electric Trolling Motor 12 05 2017

Friday, December 1, 2017

Inventions Needed: A Roll of Tape that bends to easily form letters for stencil painting over 12 01 2017

Inventions Needed: A Roll of Tape that bends to easily form letters for stencil painting over 12 01 2017

Not much I need to say about this.  You could use it to form B's, C's, D's R's S's.

Prime something white, wait for it to cure,  apply your tape lettering, paint a contrasting color over it, remove tape, and you have just labeled something.

Haven't seen anything on the market like it yet.  I won't get credit for it.  Instead credit will go to some disingenuous person of the "Burial Group."  (Burial Groups were the first Corporations in history?)  And the ubiquity of that is how God forsaken our country has become.


©  2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published on 12 01 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Invention Needed: A DSLR aiming peep hole sight that attaches to the hot shoe of your DSLR Camera 11 22 2017

Invention Needed: A DSLR aiming peep hole sight that attaches to the hot shoe of your DSLR Camera 11 22 2017

This would allow you to take pictures of birds flying in the sky and not fall down while doing so.  Because you would not have to hold the camera up to your eye to aim, you could hold it away from your face and align the peep hole with the bird and push the shutter button.

The hot shoe of the camera is on top of the camera and can be used to attach accessories.  But I have never seen a remote aiming peep hole or rod hole on the top of one.

I would patent this if my mind was distraction free of voices and I was therefore able to.  I suppose you think I don't like money?  I suppose you think I don't believe one should strive to earn their way as an adult in life?  That is what you think of me?

© 2017 Thomas Paul Murphy

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

An OTF knife that sharpens the blade everytime it is deployed 09 26 2017

An OTF knife that sharpens the blade everytime it is deployed 09 26 2017

This could be achieved by having 4 ceramic plates mounted in angled channels in the front of the knife.  The channels they are mounted in configured so that the proper sharpening of the double edged blade would be achieved every time the blade is deployed.  The ceramic inserts would be spring loaded to ensure that there is pressure applied in order to sharpen the blade with the ceramic inserts.


© 2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published on 09 26 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Direct Injection Motorcycle 08 05 2017

Direct Injection Motorcycle 08 05 2017

I always heard the saying loud pipes save lives which is in favor of loud traditional motorcycles.  The Police used to ticket people who drove cars that had an exhaust leak and were very loud, they likely still do.

My outboard motor is a Direct Injection 25 horsepower and it is very fast.  It is also very quiet!!!  It weighs about 160 pounds.  I have to wonder how fast it would be in a motorcycle?

But one of the reasons I like it is because it is quiet.  I for the life of me don't understand how riding a motorcycle would be any different.  To get off of one of those things after it being that loud all day?  You have to have a certain degree of deafness.  Now tell me this, HOW IS OPERATING A MOTORCYCLE WITH A CERTAIN DEGREE OF DEAFNESS GOOD FOR YOUR LONGEVITY?  It doesn't make sense does it.  If you need the cars to hear you then you are not operating it defensively as you should.

The real reason you like it loud is because you like to cause trouble?  I have to wonder how many motorcycle riders were known to be that type of trouble in their lives?

Also ever go out to the country and someone has put a glass pack loud muffler system on their truck?  To me that is terrorizing the neighborhood.

Is a direct oil injection motorcycle even made?  It would be less polluting and more energy efficient.

You would have to compare motorcycle accidents on loud bikes versus motorcycle accidents on more quiet bikes.  I'll bet you a buck the quiet ones have fewer accidents.

******'

What if every small town in the United States had to have a breakfast house were everyone had to try a hand at working at at some point in their lives?  I think that would bring back what America is supposed to be.  This would have to occur is a post alcohol world though. 

Is a German American really even a German?  Are they really an American?

*****'

So does anyone make a direct injection motorcycle?

https://www.google.com/search?q=direct+injection+motorcycle&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

******'

How many car accidents do loud motorcycles cause?
How many shop accidents as the person working on the machine tool is distracted by the noise of one?
How many kids in school are distracted from learning when they hear one going through their neighborhood?  Do you want to know something?  There is nothing the mentally deficient like better than a distraction in a learning environment!

*****'
Main point?  How can you get off of a loud motorcycle after a day of riding and not have a pounding headache from the noise of it? Irritable when someone asks you something because you can't hear?

©  2017 Thomas Murphy

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Generator and Alternator Technology 08 02 2017

Generator and Alternator Technology  08 02 2017

How much more efficient could a Generator or Alternator be if it was designed to reduce friction from air inside of the Gen/Alt?  That would mean smooth surfaces.  But it could also mean CREATING A VACUUM inside of the Gen/alt!  You would have no air friction what soever or heat from that if you created a vacuum inside of it.


© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Inventions Needed: Lawn Mower Improvements 07 09 2017

Inventions Needed: Lawn Mower Improvements 07 09 2017

A lawnmower should also have a secondary blower that propels the cut grass from out and under of the "Umbrellla" chamber of the mower.  This would allow the mower to maintain blade sharpness.  This would allow the motor to stay clean on the underside more readily.

So how would you engineer it?

It could be an offshoot gear off of the main drive.  But in any case you want to engineer that blower so that it doesn't require much force from the main power in order to be able to turn it.  Perhaps the it diverts no more than 5% away from the main blade.

Have they thought of this already?

It is needed for electric models in order to make them work better in the manner described above.

You really can't channel cut grass like it is in a C pump.  Could you create a second c type pump above the main cutting blade?  A c pump chamber above the main blade with an impeller inside to accomplish this?  Yes.  But would that take too much power away?  It would have to be engineered not to.  But I believe it could be made to provide enough assist to accomplish the above stated goals needing improvement.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published at: WWW.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

As always collect the money for the designs of American minds as if you thought of them yourself and have the products made in China.  You don't fool anyone.  What a bunch of rats you are.

Inventions Needed: Improved Handgun Design: internal collared ballast on the front of barrel 07 09 2017

Inventions Needed: Improved Handgun Design: internal collared ballast on the front of barrel 07 09 2017

The problem with handguns today is that the semiautomatics have a tilt barrel.  The barrel tilts upon firing.  There are fixed semi-autos available but they are usually heavier and prone to problems.

If you took a fixed barrel blowback gun and added a collared ballast to the front of the barrel....
essentially a slice of a cylinder with a hole in it... and mounted that to the front of the barrel...so that the gun is configured so that upon firing as the barrel is forced backward... pressure is created in that hollow cylinder behind the ballast that would serve as your recoil reducer, weight reducer and mechanism that ejects and cocks a new round.

Alternatively the collared ballast could be mounted at the rear of the barrel and ride in the "tube" of the slide.  So that the slide comes backward and pressure is created in the cylinder.

Either the collared ballast could have an o ring on it or metal spring rings.  The back of the slide would have a top vent port or more than one.  The decreased blowback allowing for more muzzle velocity and therefore a straighter shot.  The fixed in relative position of the barrel leading to straighter shots.

The gun would not need to weigh as much because weight would not be integral to the slide function in this type of blowback.

As always any defects to the gun design would have to be thought out before final production so that it wouldn't be something to be pulled off the shelves, recalled or have no interest in.

Today weight to slide is an integral part of how the mechanism works.  There is no reason why you can't have a barrel in a cylinder type arrangement as described above.  Gas systems have long been proven with the AR-15 and the AK-47.

There could indeed be more than one collared ballast mounted to the barrel either permanently or using a multi key approach.  Also barrel could be of different diameters so that the collared ballast or ballasts screw onto it at different places.  There being no gap between them on the length of the barrel because the collared ballasts could be flanged with a smaller diameter on one or both ends serving as a spacer.  There could even be one where it is screwed on and then a spring loaded key holds it into that position on the barrel.

Mounted to the front of the barrel you might have a stretching force of the barrel come into play?  That could be lessened with more than one collared ballast.  Some of which would be narrower.  Actually what I am describing could also be engineered to have an integral silencer in the barrel effect, via the gaps between the collared ballast.

It would seem to me that a manufacturer ought to be able to get the tolerances and mechanism of any gun right with regard to the range of powder charges commonly found in ammunition sold for them.  But that doesn't hold true into today's manufacturing market.  It would seem to me that you create the parameters you need to satisfy to make something and a capable and qualified engineer designer can solve every single one of them in one product with as few moving parts as possible.  But again that isn't the standard of the world we live in today.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published on 07 09 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Automotive Technology needed: An oil filter with a magnet around the outer circumfrence of it 04 02 2017

Automotive Technology needed: An oil filter with a magnet around the outer circumfrence of it 04 02 2017


This would allow the filter to be more efficient by trapping very fine particles!

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

originally published on 04 02 2017 at:

https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=7427740867321380678#editor/target=post;postID=3412660272434415721

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Auto Design Element Needed a Shelf for the Keys under the Ignition Switch 03 21 2017

Auto Design Element Needed a Shelf for the Keys under the Ignition Switch 03 21 2017

They need a shelf under the ignition switch to support the weight of the other keys on the keyring.  This would serve two purposes.

1.  Prevent the Ingition car key from breaking over time due to repeated metal fatigue from weight stress.
2.  Prevent the Ignition switch from needing to be replaced because it would not become as much warn over time.

Isn't it really simple?  How come they haven't figured that out in  over 100 years?  Because it is an Alcohol/retard economy.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Friday, March 17, 2017

Department of Defense Invention needed Fan Cooled Standard Issue Kevlar Helmet 03 17 2017

Department of Defense Invention needed Fan Cooled Standard Issue Kevlar Helmet 03 17 2017

Why on God's Green Earth have they not done this already?  A simple fan mounted to the exterior of the helmet, probably 1" x1"x 1/2"  with tubes going down under the edge of the helmet and distributing air from the top down inside the helmet?

With soldiers fighting in the heat of the Middle East why didn't they think of this?  Perhaps they did but I am not aware of it?

Ever hear the phrase "Cooler heads will prevail?"

Men think in those terms.  Women think in terms of how much money can I save or take in my braw strap. 

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Originally published on 03 17 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Invention Needed: A method to create a front gun sight for an AR-15 02 16 2016

Invention Needed: A method to create a front gun sight for an AR-15 02 16 2016

By taking a partial cross section of a spent .22LR cartridge shell, drilling a hole in it and placing it on the current sight post with pressure down fitting.  Thereby creating a front peep site.  A dab of kevlar epoxy on top to further hold it in place.

Alternative the top of the front site post can be down diameter-ed and or threaded and a nut placed on top to hold the peep in place.

Only to be made in case of a national emergency concerning homeland security???

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Invention Process Needed: A method of coating a gun barrel 02 16 2017

Invention Process Needed: A method of coating a gun barrel 02 16 2017

Where by the barrel is coated via being placed in sacrificial jaws that are turned on it, as if held in a vice by them.  The sacrificial jaws are the coating material and made of zinc, magnesium, copper, aluminum, brass, or perhaps more expensive metals.

May have unique military applications/ effects.

The jaws can be heated.
Also there can be a fixative agent or process to the coating.

Inexpensive way to achieve a different effect.  That effect might be rustproofing or unique finish.

Copyright 2017 Thomas Murphy

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Invention Needed: Leather Stitching Pliers 02 07 2017

Invention Needed: Leather Stitching Pliers 02 07 2017

A small but strong pair of needle nose pliers that has replaceable polyurethane jaws.  This allows one to use the pliers to pull a needle through  the leather without as much risk of the hard metal jaws of a regular pliers stressing and breaking the needle.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

What right does a Law Enforcment Officer have to use a Portable X Ray Imagaging system on your house? 12 18 2016

What right does a Law Enforcement Officer have to use a Portable X Ray Imagining system on your house?  12 18 2016

How is dosing a United States Citizen with cancer causing radiation not a violation of their Constitutional rights and a crime against humanity.

How is dosing a U.S. Citizen with cancer causing radiation in this manner not an "unreasonable search and seizure" illegal by the Supreme Law of the Land?

What do you think United States citizens are; some kind of rodents to exterminate?

I just happened to see that on a tv program called Forensics Files.

Copyright 2016 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 12 18 2016 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com
 

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention Needed: Fogproof Eyeglasses 12 18 2016

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention Needed: Fogproof Eyeglasses 12 18 2016: Invention Needed: Fogproof Eyeglasses 12 18 2016 If they can make a riflescope fogproof then they ought to be able to make eyeglasses fog...

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Inventions Needed 03 20 2016

Inventions Needed 03 20 2016

1. A dust pan that has a tab on the back of it that sits level with the floor.  So that you can secure the dustpan with your foot while drawing dust back into it with the broom.  Good for those with back problems who don't want to stay in that position while sweeping into the dustpan.

2.  An easy interface back up camera system for cars with hitches for boat trailers.  Whereby when backing up the camera on the back of the boat trailer helps guide you and not the one at the back of the car.  Such an interface would work whereby there is another socket back by the trailer hitch on the car.  Plug in the trailer lights to one and the back up camera to this one.  Whereby once the plug is being used the back up camera viewing monitor automatically defaults to it.


Copyright 2016 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 03 20 2016 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com
 

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention tools needed 09 30 2014

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention tools needed 09 30 2014: Invention tools needed 09 30 2014 Shop press accessories that fit the standard diameter common shop press.  For example a hardened steel ...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 08 22 2014

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 08 22 2014: Inventions Needed 08 22 2014 A vacuum cleaner where the suction is activated by a lever next to the end of the hose!  This would save on ...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 01 18 2014

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 01 18 2014: Two Inventions Needed 01 18 2014 1.  A basting brush that has a stainless spring wires as the brush part.  The wires would be a little le...

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Inventions Needed Boat trailer with second set of fold down wheels

Inventions Needed Boat trailer with second set of fold down wheels


These would be cocking axles that pivot a total of 90 degrees to cock into place.  One of them would indeed be considered a spare tire.

This would be a good system to have in place for moving a trailer over soft ground.  But also in case one of the bearings, which are prone to water damage, were to fail!

Another invention needed is a re thread kit for an AR-15 with a plastic "upper Receiver"  They should never be built with plastic threads!  At the very least there should be a brass thread collar formed into that upper receiver!  And I am one known to never strip threads!



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Originally published on 12 06 2013 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com

Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy

 

Monday, November 18, 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 11 18 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 11 18 2013: Inventions Needed 11 18 2013 A metal box that holds that holds one single box of shotgun shells in it. Why?  Because often when going h...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Mandate Needed 10 19 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Mandate Needed 10 19 2013: Mandate Needed All fiberglass bat type insulation should have one side with   either foil or clothe like material.   Nylon is cheap ...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 06 17 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 06 17 2013: 1.  The publicly available hand crank bicycle pump to be located 10 feet from all public drinking fountains, (Bubblers.)  This would be one...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 05 02 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 05 02 2013: Inventions Needed 05 02 2013 Ground Scanning and Spike Inserter (GSSI) This would be a device about the same size as a Jack Hammer.  It...

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 04 23 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 04 23 2013: Inventions Needed 04 23 2013 A tall kitchen garbage can that sucks the air out the bottom when installing a new plastic can liner so that...

Saturday, March 23, 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 03 23 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 03 23 2013: Inventions Needed 03 23 2013 1.          A C-Clamp that has one end of the turning pin weighted so that one can use one hand to spin...

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 03 13 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 03 13 2013: Inventions Needed 03 13 2013 Medieval Axe Heads that accept a standard 3/4" U.S. threaded plumbing pipe. Needs to be durable like ...

Should all patents represented filed by any patent lawyer who is disbarred

Should all patents represented filed by any patent lawyer who is disbarred be invalidated?

Yes!

And if that lawyer represented a University all of those patents should be disbarred and any proceeds from them to be transferred to the government to give the poor more food stamps for food only.

Bottom line, you cheated the American economy and you know it!

Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 03 13 2013 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 03 13 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 03 13 2013: 1. Camera flip top polarizing filter.  Background.  Many rifle scopes have covers that flip up and out of the way of the lens.  These cove...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 23 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 23 2013: Inventions Needed 02 23 2013 Large frozen waffles the size of pies and slim line low profile toasters to go with them. Background: Th...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention Needed 02 12 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention Needed 02 12 2013: Invention Needed 02 12 2013 Solar Powered Digital Thermostat If they can make a watch that works this way then they can make a thermome...

Monday, February 11, 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 11 2013

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 11 2013: Inventions Needed 02 11 2013 1. Aluminum or other powdered caulk that spreads like jelly and dries hard. 2. A gas cylinder charged mech...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Common Wealth 10 01 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Common Wealth 10 01 2012: Common Wealth 10 01 2012 There is a whole lot of meaning in those two words with regard to intent and the life’s history of those ...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012 1.          A turkey call that attaches to the stalk of your gun or to the frame of your bow.   This wo...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012: Inventions Needed 09 18 2012 1.          A turkey call that attaches to the stalk of your gun or to the frame of your bow.   This wo...

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Friday, September 7, 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 09 07 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 09 07 2012: Two Inventions Needed 09 07 2012 1.        Invention Needed: A Trumpet with the same sound as a regular Trumpet but takes less lun...

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: The Stapled up SIKH 08 22 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: The Stapled up SIKH 08 22 2012: The Stapled up SIKH As I looked at the chest of the SIKH who was shot by Wade Page… I just have to ask myself, “Is that indeed modern...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 07 14 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 07 14 2012: 1.  A masking tape that has a scale pattern cut out of it.  Background:  many people like to make their own fishing lures.  The hard part i...

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Inventions Needed Spring activated telescoping boat push pole

Inventions Needed Spring activated telescoping boat push pole 07 12 2012

How many times have you found yourself on a sand bar or in shallow water all too quickly. 
Push poles are very inconvenient to store in your boat because they are often as long as the boat is.

What would be great is if you had a telescoping push pole that "telescoped" to about 12 feet long with the push of a button that activated a series of spring latches.

You drift up on a sand bar and quick grab the push pole, extend it and push yourself off the sand bar or through a shallow channel- as it were.

If not handled properly it could be dangerous.  So it would never be marketed- but I would want one. 

It would be kind of like the Gun and motorcycle helmet type liability.  It wasn't the manufacturers fault the user did not exercise extreme care.

Copyright 2012 Thomas Paul Murphy

Originally published on 07 12 2012 at:     http://inventionsneeded.blogspot.com/

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed a waterproof body bag for trophy...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed a waterproof body bag for trophy...: Inventions Needed a waterproof body bag for trophy fish. It has to be at least 7 feet long and safe to hold ice. Background: it is very...

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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Trailer train solar cell trailer...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Trailer train solar cell trailer...: Inventions Needed Trailer train solar cell trailers 03 29 2012 I got to thinking as I was buying new running shoes because I lost one.  I ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention needed standardized captive shop vacuum ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Invention needed standardized captive shop vacuum ...: Inventions Needed 04 19 2012 :  Standardized shop vacuum hose connections that are rubber or of spring rubber gasket construction. © ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Laser targeting ant killing trap...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Laser targeting ant killing trap...: Inventions Needed: Laser targeting ant killing trap with video recording This one would look like a little carousel or glass funhouse.  I...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Solar electric power based purif...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Solar electric power based purif...: Inventions Needed 04 19 2012C:   Solar electric power based purification of rainwater systems. © 2012 Thomas Paul Murphy Full te...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Automobile safety belts that spo...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Automobile safety belts that spo...: Inventions Needed: Automobile safety belts that spool out under friction 04 28 2012 Crash test dummy tests should be conducted to determi...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 05 03 2012

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Two Inventions Needed 05 03 2012: Two Inventions Needed 05 03 2012 1.          Cam action refrigerator door hinges.   These would allow you to not have to adjust the ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Rifle scope with a range finder ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed Rifle scope with a range finder ...: Wouldn't it be nice if a rifle scope had a range finder built into it so that the center "Dot" or other articulating configuration was alwa...

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Inventions Needed: Camera with Digital Tri Level

Modern cameras should have a digital tri-level on the upper right corner of the LCD screen or seperate screen.  A tri-level is one that levels on three axis's.  This would be very beneficial to photographers of all types.

Also a camera could have a digital readout of the distance it is from the center of the lense to the floor.  This would help portrait photographers as they often measure the distance from the ground to the center of a "portrait."

Thomas Paul Murphy

Copyright 2012 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 03 25 2012 at:  www.inventionsneededblogspot.com

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If you like my Inventions Needed Website you will also like my Novel The Voyage of the Cauldron Skipper as it has many inventions and futuristic concepts in it.


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The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 27 2012 C The Tripod Camera S...: Inventions Needed 02 27 2012 C The Tripod Camera Strap Carrying a tripod is an iffy type of ordeal, as in I don’t know IF I will need to ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed water bottle steamer 02 27 2012 ...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed water bottle steamer 02 27 2012 ...: Water Bottle Steamer Background: Water bottles that are reused are quite popular. The problem arises in that they can not be effectivel...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 27 2012 Conventional Oven wit...

The Milwaukee and Wisconsin News: Inventions Needed 02 27 2012 Conventional Oven wit...: Inventions Needed: 02 27 2012 Conventional Oven with Adjustable Chamber Hole ~An oven that changes the size of the opening depending o...

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Socks with Rubber Spots 11 28 2011

The American worker is on his/her feet all day.  What would really help those who are on their feet all day would be if a company marketed socks that had rubber spots or dots on the bottom of them.

The rubber dots should be about 1/4 inch in diameter and a little raised.  They would greatly help alleviate tired feet. 

The reason they are needed is because new shoes do not last very long for the American worker who is on his/her feet all day.

Some companies do make the treaded socks for people who just wear socks and don't want to slip but what I am talking about is a sock that has rubber dots on the bottom.

Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy

Originally published on 12 05 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Monday, May 2, 2011

Invention Needed: Automotive Intake Air Preheat 05 02 2011



Invention Needed: Automotive Intake Air Preheat 05 02 2011


Air entering the combustion chamber should be preheated.


Background cold air causes fuel to condense. Combustion of condensed fuel is not as efficient and is indeed more polluting as more carbon monoxide is released as well as other byproducts of incomplete combustion.


How do we efficiently heat air before entering the combustion chamber and mixing with gas? It is very simple; air taken into the combustion chamber can be heated by passing it through a heat sink integral to the cars exhaust manifolds. The process will have to be computer controlled because it is a new concept. A heat sink is often a grid of strips of thin metal that dissipates heat, some form of this could also look like the grid from your engines radiator. Now there is another novel idea, an initial form of this engine could be where the air intake was located behind the radiator, however radiators would have to be built differently and guaranteed not to leak or at least censor monitored for moisture leakage. But my idea is more utilizing the rising nature of heat by creating a heat sink on the top of the engine much like an upper layer of cake that would be raised strips of thin metal. Cylinder configuration would have to be a little different to accommodate for this but that is something any 101 level engineering student could figure out. When inventing new things today you have to ask yourself what were the limitations regarding creative concepts that prior engineers faced that have been surmounted today with technology and innovation. What hurdles have we already leapt over that original engineers discarded innovation because they were limitations? What limitations no longer exist with regards to efficiency? There are many, and you wonder where all of our R&D money has been spent.


One danger that would need to be mitigated would be the heated intake air combusting the gas before spark and pre-firing. But the system should be devised where by the air can be chamber pre combustion chamber and injected into the cylinder. This would prevent backfiring of combustion into intake.


An engine such as this would be highly efficient because the heated air would indeed expand the gasoline gas and thereby less would be needed to produce the same combustion. In fact the system would become so efficient that oxygen could be electrolysed from water and the car could run on water.


Computer controls would be paramount in that initially the exhaust manifold is not very hot. Any motor that can figure out a way to utilize heat build, effectively a wasted energy, is a more efficient motor.


Solar panels on hood and roof surfaces would make cars extremely more efficient.


The technology exists today for a car to get 200mpg with the same horsepower and speed that they do today.


A heat sink rising from an exhaust manifold array could be located on the top of the engine or to the side in the case of V orientated cylinder.


Key factors that need to be considered are how hot is it likely to get and what are the combustion dynamics that need to be regulated regarding that.


One more point, an engine such as this would require less need to be cooled down because it is more efficient and the engine is cooled as air is brought into the intake. So the motor would need to spend less energy driving a water pump, that energy can be utilized to produce forward motion. This engine would be extremely efficient on drives more than ten minutes in length as the manifold heats up more. Also this would make cars in the colder northern regions more efficient during the winter.


Indeed such an engine could become so efficient that less spark would be needed for combustion, the need to generate less spark means less energy of the system is needed to produce such spark and therefore the motor is more fuel efficient. Fuel efficiency means one thing, how far can you go per the same gallon of gas.


I know what your critique is already, that you have the makings of your basic bomb with this; all automobile engines are the makings of the basic bomb. And in today’s age of computer controlled engines this is highly possible.






I may not be able to make money from my ideas in this country but I can sure give proof of when I thought of them. And because they are not in commercial production it is likely that I am the first to think of such things. This idea is not for profit this idea is meant to help the country. I do not claim to be the initial inventor of this idea although these are my original thoughts. And I would not doubt that our patent office backdates inventions in the guiltless and irresponsible name of corporate America. All that money will have done you no good when the planet no longer supports life because of you.  And when you can not be proud of your actions you will have developed a conscience, and it is a conscience that governs humanity not greed.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy


Originally published on 05 02 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com






Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Inventions Needed: Treadmill Design Improvements 04 19 2011

Inventions Needed: Treadmill Design Improvements 04 19 2011

Whenever I get on a treadmill at a gym I don’t have enough to do. They need to make a treadmill that has a speed bag mounted on a platform to the front of the treadmill so that I can use my arms while I am running and develop coordination to hit the speedbag while running. They could even make one whereby the speedbag platform moves around a little bit.


Also the treadmill could have footprints painted on the conveyor belt so that I could develop more coordination by hitting those steps with my feet. At the very least a grid pattern could be printed on the conveyor belt in about 12”X 5” rectangles, to add a little variety to the exercise.


And lastly I do not like to watch the television when I run I just end up looking at the clock. The clock on the treadmill therefore needs to be placed at eyelevel and not lower than eye level as it is today.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy






Originally Published on 04 19 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com


I may not be able to get all my inventions patented but I can show to you and prove who thought of them first! 


Saturday, April 2, 2011

Invention: Leg Press Powered Bicycle 04 02 2011

Invention: Leg Press Powered Bicycle 04 02 2011

A bicycle that uses the same type of leg force as a leg press dose at an exercise club. A bicycle such as this could do more than sixty miles per hour.


Current leg energy is wasted by the circular movement of the peddles. This invention transmits the same force that the leg uses in a leg press machine into forward movement per full length of the leg stroke. This is a much stronger force than that of the peddling in a small diameter motion.


The bicycle would have to be recumbent or low to the ground and the wheels would have to be enclosed and vented per fore low and aft high. A refractory mirror could be employed so that the “Cycler” does not have to “crane” his/her neck to ride it, thereby the frame could be made more aerodynamic and low to the ground.


One can transmit a tremendous leg force as is done in the direction of the leg moves in a leg press or squat. If you think about it the average sized man can learn to squat over 200 lbs, because this is how our legs are designed to be used not in the small diameter motion. I don’t know what the record for the squat is but I have seen men leg pressing 12 plates, that is 540 lbs. There is tremendous potential to transform such force into forward momentum. Could speeds of 200 mph be reached some day? With assist mechanisms of power such as solar panel electric drive motors that is likelihood.


Moving the legs in the full forward stroke is also healthier for the leg muscles.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy


Originally Published on 04 02 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com






Golf Club Shaft Vibration Damper

Invention 04 02 2011

Golf Club Shaft Vibration Damper


This invention of mine is meant to decrease the shock to the wrists and hands from the force created when the club hits the golf ball. In essence it is made of a rubber, polyurethane or similar material that is able to reduce vibration. A collar is made of such material and placed at a point on the club shaft or more than one point. It would be of low profile construction and thereby close to the shaft.


We have all felt that jarring twang when we hit the ball and the club vibrates into our wrists. This can cause or worsen arthritis over time. This invention is designed to reduce the vibration to the hands by such gold ball hits by damping it, in effect absorbing it into the material and thereby dissipating it.


Background:


In it’s simplest form it could be thought of to be a section of discarded golf grip placed along the shaft between the club handle and the grip.






Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy


Thomas Paul Murphy


Originally Published on 04 02 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Fan for Your Underwear 04 02 2011

Invention Needed:



Fan for Your Underwear 04 02 2011


A silver dollar or coin sized fan that runs on a watch battery and is humidity activated. It has screening to protect you from the fan blades. And would fit in slots in your underwear. This invention would eliminate the moisture in your crotch that is the breeding ground for fungus and germs.


Of course you would have to have to learn and maintain habits regarding cleanliness for this area to start.


Our modern clothing is not ventilated in this area for those of us who are active. And contrary to what most people believe you can catch sickness from sitting in a chair were somebody’s germy butt sat. Your dirty butt is full of germs such as E-coli, etc. If you ever talk to someone and their breath smells like a toilet they have a Candida infection whereby they have not been active and do not have a health gastrointestinal tract. What this means is that germs that are meant to populate their lower intestinal track have populated their whole bodies. These types of people are usually in a fog of stupidity. If you talk to them and get a good whiff of this you are likely to get sick because your upper respiratory tract has not been accustomed to the germs that have broken through the resistance of theirs.


A humidistat would turn the fan on when the area got “moist” (don’t know what this would say about women) and dry the area to prevent the formation of fungus and the growth of other bacteria and germs that thrive in this warm moist environment. It would also stop the spread of hemorrhoids which are indeed a germ infection much like the gastric ulcer was found to be.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy






Originally published on 04 02 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Automotive Invention to reduce the air friction drag created by tire treads 04 02 2011




Automotive Invention to reduce the air friction drag created by tire treads 04 02 2011


-Fore low and aft high vented wheel wells to direction of motion.






Wheel wells vented in this dynamic would reduce drag on the wheel caused by a chambered air in the wheel well that causes drag. This invention would reduce drag as the treads would indeed be more in harmony with the minute air friction created by the tire treads. If vents in the hood were located in front of the wheels and one vented to the lower front of the wheel and the other to the upper back of the wheel a paddlewheel of air force that increases with speed would reduce the non-dynamic friction of air created by the tire treads in effect having to paddlewheel air forward, this is drag against the direction of rotation.


Better mileage would be created if the wheels were vented in such manner. And there is plenty of space inside the fenders to do this.


A similar dynamic could be created with the real wheel wells.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy






Originally published on 04 02 2011 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com














Sunday, March 27, 2011

Combination Pressure Washer and Vacuum Quick Car Washer 03 27 2011





Invention


Combination Pressure Washer and Vacuum Quick Car Washer 03 27 2011






The beautiful thing about this car washer is that it is quick and easy to use. A flexible dual hose system is incorporated with it. The top slat of the car wash head, that is shaped like and elongated rectangle, sprays out soapy water with just enough soap to loosen common dirt. There is a brush that runs around the perimeter of the head and across the inner length that separates the water spray function from the water vacuum function. The bottom slot of the washer head is a vacuum head much like your shop vacuum.


Very little water is spilled on your sleeves or slops around. It can be used in cold weather better than one could wash with a bucket of water and a towel because the cleaning water is vacuumed up after it has cleaned. It works much like a carpet cleaning vacuum accept the spray water is of a higher pressure.


One could simply fill the spray reservoir with mild soapy water, plug the machine in and spray vacuum your car clean.


The brush would be of soft long bristles.


There would be less ice buildup on your garage or driveway in winter as most of the water would be vacuumed up and your car would be less likely to have frozen doors or windows as the warm water is vacuumed up.






Thomas Paul Murphy


Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy


Originally published on 03 27 2011at: http://www.inventionsneeded.blogspost.com/


If the country were different I would try and patent this, but that is just living in the “U.S.A.” our ideas are taken by HEIR GOON and we are given mercy in return.