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Arthur Paul Pedrick

Wacky inventor, Arthur Paul Pedrick patented his first invention in 1962 and patented a total of 161 inventions.
 
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By Mary Bellis

Prolific British inventor, Arthur Paul Pedrick patented his first invention in 1962 and patented a total of 161 inventions. Pedrick, a former patent office employee, never sold any of his inventions and all of them could be considered wacky patents including a device that was intended to fling giant snowballs from Antarctica to the world's deserts for irrigation purposes.

Arthur Paul Pedrick @ Patently Absurd
Arthur Paul Pedrick patented the oddest inventions including: a horse-powered car, a revolving restaurant combination television tower, a mooring mast for airships, a transparent meditation globe, and a method of piping snow from Antarctica to irrigate the world's deserts. Enough for the folks at Patently Absurd to dedicate a whole page to Arthur Paul Pedrick.

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