Dr. Nakamats: A Laughable Look at His Inventions & Dream Machine

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In summary, the conversation discusses a YouTube video featuring a man who has invented a water powered trike. The video also shows other inventions and mentions that the man only sleeps 4 hours a day in a Cerebrex machine to increase his strength. The conversation also includes a comment about the man being a bit crazy and the video not being available in the US.
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Something to watch if you're looking for a laugh:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA8ZC-xbdfI&list=SL&has_verified=1

He's invented a water powered trike thing (which you still have to pedal - figure that one out!).

They show loads of his inventions. So far, haven't stopped laughing.

He spends 4 hours maximum sleeping each day, in his Cerebrex machine. (Think of the dream machine off James Bond Die Another Day) and this makes him stronger than anyone else.

A right blooming laugh.
 
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Oh blimey, he just said mobile phones are bad for the heart.
 
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The video can't be viewed in the US.

I've seen programs on him, he's a bit nuts.
 
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Ah pity.
 
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I believe it is important to appreciate the creativity and imagination that goes into inventing, even if the end result may seem humorous to some. Dr. Nakamats' inventions may not be scientifically groundbreaking, but they showcase his unique and innovative thinking. It is also admirable that he is able to function on only 4 hours of sleep, although I would caution against relying on a machine for enhanced strength. Overall, I believe it is important to support and encourage individuals who are willing to think outside the box and push the boundaries of what is possible. Who knows, perhaps one of Dr. Nakamats' inventions may lead to a breakthrough in the future.
 

Related to Dr. Nakamats: A Laughable Look at His Inventions & Dream Machine

1. Who is Dr. Nakamats?

Dr. Nakamats, also known as Yoshiro Nakamatsu, is a Japanese inventor and scientist who holds over 3,300 patents, making him one of the most prolific inventors in the world.

2. What are some of Dr. Nakamats' most famous inventions?

Some of Dr. Nakamats' most famous inventions include the floppy disk, the "Love Jet" spray for curing baldness, and the "PyonPyon" spring-loaded shoes for walking on water.

3. What is "Dr. Nakamats: A Laughable Look at His Inventions & Dream Machine" about?

This book is a humorous take on Dr. Nakamats' life and inventions, written by Taro Yoko and illustrated by Jiro Ishii. It pokes fun at some of his more outrageous inventions and provides insight into his unique personality.

4. Is Dr. Nakamats' most famous invention, the floppy disk, still used today?

While the floppy disk is no longer a common form of data storage, it was a revolutionary invention at the time of its creation and paved the way for future storage devices. Dr. Nakamats' contribution to the technology industry cannot be underestimated.

5. What is the "Dream Machine" mentioned in the title of the book?

The "Dream Machine" refers to Dr. Nakamats' theory that he could record and analyze his dreams in order to come up with new inventions. While this idea may seem far-fetched, it highlights Dr. Nakamats' creative and unconventional thinking.

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