Klutz LEGO Chain Reactions Kit for $10

This chain reaction kit is on sale at Amazon for just $10 right now. It has parts and instructions to build a bunch of different Rube Goldbergian machines.

Design and build 10 amazing moving machines - teach your bricks new tricks. Comes with 80 page instructions, 33 LEGO pieces, instructions for 10 modules, 6 plastic balls, string, paper ramps and other components.

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HOWTO make incredibly resilient DIY liquid glass putty

If you enjoyed our previous post on Liquid Glass Putty, a fun and amazing material with all kinds of interesting uses, you'll love this update.

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Gorgeous triple spiral of 15K dominoes comes tumbling down

Professional domino artist Hevesh5 does a lot of great domino builds, but this colorful triple spiral is both beautiful and relaxing to watch. Read the rest

Dolly Parton sings a song live at both 45 and 78 record speeds

On her 1976 variety show, Dolly Parton sang "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind," then performed it again as if it went from a 45 rpm record to a 78. Read the rest

Warning: viewing these baby animals in cute outfits may kill you

Brace yourself for a level of cuteness that could have lasting effects. Zoo Portraits by Barcelona-based Yago Partal include interesting information about each species. That cute otter could grow to 99 pounds, the heaviest of the weasel family. Read the rest

This Australian slip 'n slide gets crazier every year

Paul Borrud not only made one of my favorite surfing videos of all time, but he also has an annual water slide on Australia Day. This year's event looked like tons of fun, but they should look into a longer collection pool for 2017. Read the rest

Skimboarding while pulled by a horse

Even if you don't ride horses or skimboard, this gorgeous location makes this amazing feat worth watching. Read the rest

Poop emoji cookie cutter

Francesca4me has created arguably the best Poop Emoji Cookie Cutters on the market, and they come in four different sizes. They include depressions for the eyes and mouth that can be filled with white icing, and the thin lines they cut halfway into the cookie give them the most accurate-looking result. Read the rest

Watch an object levitating atop another levitating object

YouTuber Latheman666 takes maglev to the next level by adding nine neodymium magnet cubes to a levitating magnet and then floating a pyrolytic graphite disc about 1mm above the neodymium. Hypnotic! Read the rest

Jumping into a pool of 25 million water beads

Mark Rober teamed up with The Backyard Scientist to see what happens when you fill a pool with 25 million water balls then try to jump in. Read the rest

How to light-paint a skeleton

A phone, pen light, or LED is all you need to make this nifty long-exposure skeleton light drawing. Darren Pearson shows you how. Read the rest

Playground designers' whimsical whales, krakens and dragons

MONSTRUM founders Ole Barslund Nielsen and Christian Jensen create imaginative story-based playgrounds in their native Denmark and around the world. A few examples below: Read the rest

The overwhelming glee of a woman enjoying her new Chewbacca mask

Candace Payne, your joy is infectious.

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Trigger Windows Solitaire victory animations with a single click

Here is a startlingly compelling implementation of the classic Windows Solitaire victory animation: simply click and win! The creator is Richard Cabello, who has perhaps played enough Windows Solitaire for one lifetime. Read the rest

Design an outrageous wig on this interactive website

This website lets you design an 18th century wig, then powder and decorate it. Read the rest

Slap Kirk

Slap Kirk allows you to refresh the captain of the Starship Enterprise until the man comes to his goddamn senses. Warning: loud noises.

Slap Kirk is the creation of coder Josh Kowarsky and sound designer Remy Dylan. Read the rest

Relax with Koalas to the Max

Today's internet bubble wrap is Koalas to the Max. Mouseover or tap colored circles to make them subdivide into four more colored circles, and keep going until the koala is visible. Then start over!

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