10 Great Inventions We Will Probably Never See

9. Nuclear Energy For Residential Use

When this technology was on the brink of reaching a marketable phase of production, investors suddenly lost interest and the technology became lost in the nooks and crannies of some dank office. The structure for this technology was a small garden-type shed that would be centrally located in neighborhoods.

This would have been a power hub for the entire area, supplying several blocks of residents with power simultaneously. Best of all, it was supposed to be a free or low-cost solution for unlimited power, which would have saved everyone from their current high electricity bills.

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