DIY Iron Man Arc Reactor Doesn't Run on Martinis

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No wonder Tony Stark managed to do an arc reactor in a desert cave. According to this tutorial, you really only need some LEDs, a 9-volt battery, plywood, 22 AWG gauge copper wire, assorted resistors, and a substance called polymorph—which can be made into any shape—to create your very own virtually-unlimited power source. Or look like the geekiest homeless person at any costume party. The mask is even better.

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Unfortunately, it's just papier-mâché with a great finish. What this guy fails to realize is that being Tony Stark is not a matter of arc reactors and metal suits. Tony Stark is a state of mind. One that requires cocktails—and yes, at last it's Friday. [Instructables and Instructables via Hack'n Mod]

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Where can I get some of this "polymorph" stuff? And another question, when are marketers going to learn to give their products unique names that work on the google? Try googling polymorph... useless. They may as well have called it "horse" or something.