Next Time Someone Complains About 'Lazy Teenagers,' Show Them This List And Shut Them Up

I can't help but be excited for the future knowing these teens are using their imaginations for such incredible inventions. Is there a way we can get all four of them together to create the ultimate problem-solving, world-changing dream team? I'm not kidding here. Let's get on that.

1. The phrase "don't waste your breath" takes on new meaning with this amazing invention from 16-year-old Arsh Shah Dilbagi. Arsh's TALK technology enables people with limited speech capabilities to communicate through Morse code using their breath!


Check out the video to learn more about Arsh's invention and how it works!

2. 14-year-olds Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, and Faleke Oluwatoyin, along with their 15-year-old classmate Bello Eniola, came up with a urine-powered generator!

This clip from TVC News explains how Duro came up with the idea and how it works.


3. 14-year-old Remya Jose invented a way for her family to wash their clothes and get some exercise at the same time.


4. At 17 years old, Ryan Patterson transformed a golf glove into a powerful communication tool for the deaf and hard of hearing.Here, Ryan demonstrates how the glove can translate sign language and then transmit the data to a computer monitor or handheld screen.

Even though these inventions make me feel a little embarrassed by my completely average high school science projects, I'm more excited by the prospect of living in a world where kids like these are finding innovative and creative ways to make it a better place.

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The owner of a donut store has been praised for defending a homeless man who hangs out outside of the store from an angry customer. The owner of Nomad Donuts, based in San Diego, defended the "intelligent and respectful" man after the customer implied that seeing him made them feel guilty about buying donuts.

The exchange was spotted by Reddit user beerbellybegone on Reddit, who shared screenshots on the social media site. The one-star review by the angry customer states: "A homeless guy has *lived* (morning noon and night) against the front entrance for about a year. Really makes me feel great about spending $5 on a jelly donut."

SOURCE: YELP

In a reply, owner Brad Keiller explained that the homeless man, Ray, was actually an asset to the store. He went on to explain Ray's background in a thought-provoking defense.

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