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Manure Spray

Manure Spray

This spray will probably be the most disgusting thing you have ever smelled, although it's hilarious for pranks! The materials for this are easy to obtain and find, and it doesn't involve any horribly toxic or dangerous chemicals.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2008.11.24 at 10:00

Putrid Homemade Prank Stink Spray

Putrid Homemade Prank Stink Spray

This spray will probably be the most disgusting thing you have ever smelled, although it's hilarious for pranks! The materials for this are easy to obtain and find, and it doesn't involve any horribly toxic or dangerous chemicals.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2008.11.24 at 02:36

10 Years of the ISS in pictures

10 Years of the ISS in pictures

10 Years of the ISS in pictures @ Universe Today. .

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.20 at 15:47

Kids can name NASA's next Mars Rover!

Kids can name NASA's next Mars Rover!

Wow - Disney and NASA have teamed up for a contest - K-12 kids can name the next Mars Rover. Grand prize is a trip to NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab to sign your name on the real rover!.

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.20 at 09:01

Watchmaker uses spare parts from space

Watchmaker uses spare parts from space

Watches made from Apollo 11 stuff. . . via NOTCOT. Forget diamonds - one Swiss watchmaker is betting on watches made from moon dust, parts of the Apollo 11 rocket and bits of spacesuits to capture consumer cash as an economic slow down bites.

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.20 at 06:56

Backyard beekeeping - 120 pounds of honey

Backyard beekeeping - 120 pounds of honey

treasure stolen gold low the sun and busy bees prepare for winter We collected honey from our two backyard hives this fall and I've finally finished jarring it.

Via | Posted on 2008.11.18 at 23:59

Time Warp on Discovery

Time Warp on Discovery

We're really liking Discovery's new show, Time Warp - it's the perfect combination of science, woohoo! moments, and how things work. The hosts, Jeff Lieberman and Matt Kearney, both have an infectious sense of curiosity that make the show really fun to watch.

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.18 at 09:37

Mad Scientist Shrink Ray

Mad Scientist Shrink Ray

What mad scientist's laboratory is complete without a Shrink Ray? Answer: None. So whether you just need to make all of your worldly possessions fit inside a matchbox, or bring your enemies down to size, you need a Shrink Ray.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2008.11.17 at 18:21

Koshland Museum Challenge

Koshland Museum Challenge

As part of part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Make: DC, Dorkbot DC, and HacDC have teamed up with the wonderful Koshland Science Museum to present: Innovation Program: Test Your Imagination Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 Location: Koshland Science Museum Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM Cost: $7/$5 for students Age Range: 13+ Innovation.

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.17 at 17:03

Chemical & Engineering News on home science labs

Chemical & Engineering News on home science labs

Featuring our own Robert Bruce Thompson, author of the Illustrated Guide to Home Chemistry Experiments (where you can learn how to set up your own home chemistry lab and keep your own local public officials on their toes): HOBBY CHEMISTS will tell you that home labs have been the source of some of chemistry's greatest contributions.

Via Makezine | Posted on 2008.11.16 at 08:51


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