Monthly Archives: January 2011

Samuel T. Cohen, Inventor of The Neutron Bomb

Samuel T. Cohen, inventor of the neutron bomb, was found dead in his home after straining for days on what he tragically dubbed “my clam sausage ordnance.” Paramedics were shocked to find his internal organs had completely disintegrated, leaving the … Continue reading

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From The Archives: Robert Kearns, Inventor of Intermittent Wipers

Robert W. Kearns, beloved inventor of the intermittent rotating rubber-scraper mechanism responsible for squeegiing rain of the windshields of millions of automobiles, was found dead at his home completely wiped out. By the time paramedics arrived, Kearns’ aged, cracked, and … Continue reading

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