Engineering, Architecture and Planning students at Technion--Israel Institute of Technology are remembering the story of Moses this Passover as only engineers, architects and planners can.
They built a Rube Goldberg machine that aims to do more than pour cereal or mix a cocktail, but to remind us of the Story of Moses. This matzo, tin foil and dominos machine pays homage to Moses in the bulrushes, the burning bush, and plagues upon Egypt. The story takes us through the parting of the red sea and a metaphorical freeing of the slaves, ending with the reveal of a seder plate, a group of symbols which remind us to keep on remembering.
Best. Seder. Ever. (via Haaretz)
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