<BIG>BEAUTIFUL BRAINS</big><br>The revolutionary technology invented by a Hollywood beauty.<br><br>As a teenager, Hedy Lamar starred in the movies first nude scene. In the 40's she dazzled audiences with her beauty. But behind that sexy demeanor lurked a brain bent on technology. In 1942, Lamar patented an invention to prevent the jamming of radio controlled torpedoes. Her innovation was "frequency hopping": signals that constantly switch frequencies to make interception impossible. It was way ahead of its time… and wasn't put to use until the Cuban Missile Crisis 20 years later. Today, it's a critical part of cell phone technology. Thanks to an actress who was "heady" in every sense of the word.<br><br>[color:red]More Here</font color=red><br><br><br>[color:purple]If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.</font color=purple><br>
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