Canadian Teen invents product to reduce plane germs
One of the more repugnant details about air travel is the uncirculated air. A fart can linger for half an hour as its recycled through the cabin. A sneeze and its germs can travel from the back of the cabin to the front like its on a monorail.
Due to concerns surrounding the Ebola outbreak, a Canadian teen invented a product - patent pending - that could essential give each passenger his or her own little module of air.
From the article:
His invention would improve the availability of fresh air in the cabin by 190 percent, he said, and would reduce the concentration of airborne germs by 55 times.
Each devise would cost about $1,000. In the meantime, a Germ Free Bee costs $30.