Do you know the stors about the damaged ship in the Kuwait habour?
(This is one of our favorite one for dinner conversations!)
In 1964 a container vessel sunk with 5,000 sheep on deck. The large number of animals endangered the fresh water supply of Kuwait City.
Eventually a creative solution came into play: The Danish inventor Karl Kroyer believed that buoyancy aids could solve the issue. So he pumped small airpop® parts into the wreck. The salvage succeeded.
But the story is not yet finished. Karl filed patents for his technique in many countries. The Dutch patent offices refused his request since a comic writer had already introduced the technique of buoyancy aids in one of his stories back in 1949. A famous duck together with his 3 nephews lifted a shipwreck with the help of countless table tennis balls.
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Stories to share. Happy #world family day on 1 May 2018!