High-tech help moving heavy objects: An invention

Just carried a 150-lb glass tabletop up a flight of stairs. Heard and felt a “thunk” halfway up. Think I slipped a vertebrae. Looks like this:

Slipped vertebrae

Here’s the innocent-looking tabletop:


It’s leaning against a bookcase inside the front door where I left it. It may never move again.

Pain is at least the mother-in-law of invention. Got this idea:

Anigravity dolly1

Now to work on the antigravity module. Soon as I recover.


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