By Mark Frauenfelder at 10:17 am Mon, Mar 11, 2013
How can you not love a book of projects with instructions that begin with lines like this: "Provide a bladder, into the orifice of which is inserted a metal tube?"
Endless Amusement (Via Lawrence Wilkinson)
you had me at “wonders of the air pump”
Made me think of http://boingboing.net/2013/02/10/air-powered-3d-printed-robot-t.html
Having recently learned that Sir Isaac Newton once inserted a needle into his eye I have no doubt that happy mutants have always had ways to amuse themselves. It’s a good thing, though, that kits like this eventually came along to make those amusements theoretically just a little bit safer.
“How can you not love a book of projects with instructions that begin with lines like this: “Provide a bladder, into the orifice of which is inserted a metal tube?””
Why are you posting Antinous’s diary?
Yep going to the bad place for that one….
“…so clearly explained as to be within the reach of the most limited Capacity.”
i.e. “For Dummies”
“Pyrotechny” – Sweet. :)
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