Written by Auntie Jean

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Topics: Nobel Prize

Friday, 17 January 2014

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The clockwork car interior

The new non polluting clockwork car which goes into production in March 2014 has won its inventor, Sir Bagless Dyson this year's Nobel Prize for the environment.

Motorists will insert a big key on a flexible shaft into a keyhole on the car. In a matter of seconds 500 winds of the key will be applied by an enormous motor underneath the forecourt.

The cars will run on geometric power from the earth's rotation, consequently there are no penalties to pay such as carbon footprints. In case of broken springs etc. the cars have the ability to run on "D" batteries.

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