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10-Year-old Boy Invents Device That Will Save Children From Hot Cars

10-Year-old Boy Invents Device That Will Save Children From Hot Cars

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreIt’s officially summertime – and with the rising temperatures, comes an abundance of preventable hot car deaths.But not if Bishop Curry V can help it. 10-year-old Bishop has invented his very own device capable of saving hundreds of children from heat stroke. The invention, which he calls Oasis, is a tiny box that straps onto a child’s car seat. When temperatures in the car become too high, Oasis starts blowing cool air on the child’s face. An antenna inside the box also notifies the parents and local emergency services about the possible danger.CHECK OUT: 12-Year-old Creates First App to Help Alzheimer’s Patients Keep Track of ThingsThanks to the $46,000 that Bishop raised on GoFundMe, the youth is currently applying to be granted a patent for Oasis.“Bishop is a 5th grader who is fascinated with making things. From creating a home-made catapult and ping pong ball cannon, to thinking of ways to melt ice and snow on roads without using salt,” wrote Bishop’s dad, Bishop Curry IV.According to the crowdfunding page, Bishop first got the idea for Oasis when a 6-year-old girl named Fern passed away after being locked in a hot car in Bishop’s hometown of McKinney, Texas.“We live in Texas where hot car deaths are far too common,” added Curry Senior.While it is unclear how Oasis will be distributed, the remaining funds raised by the campaign will go towards manufacturing and prototyping fees.Click TO Share This Cool Story With Your Friends (Photo by Bishop Curry IV)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Wins Oscar For Animated Short Film

Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant Wins Oscar For Animated Short Film

first_imgKobe Bryant has added another trophy to his collection after he won an Oscar on Sunday.The Los Angeles Lakers legend won the award for Best Animated Short Film with ‘Dear Basketball’ at the Academy Awards.Dear Basketball is a six-minute film based on a poem written by Bryant and published in The Players Tribune in 2015, when he called time on his NBA career.While speaking about the award in his acceptance speech, Bryant said: Kobe: “I know basketball players are supposed to just shut up and dribble…good to know we can do more than that.”Relatedlast_img

Teacher misspells Hillary Clinton’s name on letter as ‘Hiliar,’ Chelsea Clinton responds

Teacher misspells Hillary Clinton’s name on letter as ‘Hiliar,’ Chelsea Clinton responds

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  So how do you get a tweet from former first daughter Chelsea Clinton? You have your elementary school teacher “misspell” her mother’s name, former first lady and secretary of state, Hillary Clinton.Mary Reinard, 11, of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, asked her teacher Benjamin Attinger help writing a letter to the former presidential candidate.But when Mary brought the letter home, her mother noticed something funny on the envelope.“Where’s the ‘Y?’ And then I’m looking and wait a minute. Then I was just, ‘Are you serious right now?’” Mary’s mother, Shannon Reinard, told ABC affiliate WNEP-TV.The letter was addressed to “Hiliar Rodham Clinton” instead of “Hillary Rodham Clinton.”Not everyone was amused. “I thought it was funny until I saw my little girl get upset and start to cry,” Mary’s father, Shawn Rainard, told WNEP.So Mary’s parents called Shikellamy Middle School about the letter and Attinger informed them the misspelling was a joke between him and Mary. He has since apologized.“I’m not going to argue with him. I’m just going to accept his apology and move on,” Shannon Reinard said.The story was covered by local and national newspapers, which caught the attention of Chelsea Clinton, who posted a tweet offering to take the letter to her mother.“If anyone knows how to reach Mary Reinard’s parents, please let them know I’m happy to hand-deliver Mary’s letter to my mom,” Chelsea Clinton wrote Wednesday.Mary’s parents are beside themselves with the attention.“So I’ve been in contact with Chelsea Clinton and it’s unreal,” Shannon Reinard said.“I think that’s awesome. I think that is the most amazing thing that could have happened,” Shawn Reinard said.As for Attinger, the Reinards are not mad at him.“I absolutely don’t think he should lose his job. He shouldn’t get in any trouble. It was an honest mistake, a stupid mistake, one that shouldn’t have happened,” Shawn Reinard said.Shikellamy School District has not commented on the story and is treating it like a personnelCopyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more