Even basic high school science tells you that building a perpetual motion machine is completely impossible. But that won’t stop you from rooting for this contraption made of office supplies and other stuff found around someone’s desk. It might not run forever, but at least it helped someone kill a few hours at work. […
Oh, how we laughed at that Japanese vibrating-muzzle which promises to de-flare nostrils and give users the pert nose they always dreamed of. But back in ye olden German days, potato/saddle/duckbill/hook noses were being fixed by this scary contraption.
If you have eight minutes to spare for some excellent automated Lego Rube-Goldberg porn, park it in that chair and hit play on the video above.
A group of Nazi agents landing in Florida wearing bathing trunks and Wehrmacht caps. A secret band of blondes spread all over Europe, armed with microbes hidden in handbag mirrors, poison disguised as Bayer aspirins and cigarette lighters that released deadly vapors to kill the Allies' high ranks. And even deeper, a…
Some people like biking. Others enjoy drawing. Those who hop on Joseph L Griffiths' "Drawing Machine #1 (To Your Hearts Content)" get to partake in the most bizarre mash-up of the two the world's ever seen.
Being our go-to creatures for all manner of scientific and technological tests, rats often get the craziest gear several generations before we humans do. So what's latest and greatest in rat tech? The RatCar, a brian-controlled, battery-powered rodent buggy.