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DIY – How to get all the change from a coke machine

video://www.metacafe.com/watch/455690/coke_machine_jackpot_magic/

I don’t know if this really works but apparently the secret code for getting all the change buttons is:

4-3-2-1-1-2-3-1-1 and press the change button.

*Note: This is purely informational purposes only, actually doing it will probably make you subject to pain by God, Budda or some similar nature.

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Amazing MSPaint(er) Draws a PSP!

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video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFV9-RuVYRU

All we got to say is…woW!

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Renewable hydrogen energy technology Kit

Here’s a fun kit that will allow you to make energy from air by combining hydrogen and oxygen!

The Exhibition Set is the ideal model for demonstrating renewable hydrogen energy technology to large groups, in classrooms, at trade shows or in the boardroom. Clearly labeled components and gas tubes make the Exhibition Set simple to operate and easy for your target audience to understand. The unit was designed specifically for extended, unsupervis

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Battery Powered Vortex Beer Chiller

Tight! Here’s some beer gadget for all you beer lovers! (Cheers, my favorite beers are: MGD, Pabst)

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Virtual Reality Backpack

Check out augmented reality backpack from Tinmith! This seems almost like a physical layer of Second Life.

Welcome to the new Tinmith backpack 2006. As you can see from the images of our previous systems below, the new version is lighter and more robust than ever! We have taken our eight years of experience in the field and built a system using the best components that are currently available. We have designed our ow

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Smalled RFID tags are smaller than human hair!

Check out the new RFID tags that are smaller than human hair from Hitachi Japan!

The minute devices measure just 0.05mm by 0.05mm (0.002×0.002in) and to the naked eye look like spots of powder.

They are thin enough to be embedded in a sheet of paper, Hitachi spokesman Masayuki Takeuchi says.

RFID tags store data about the objects they are attached to, and companies are vying to create increasingly tiny versions.

Recently, Hitachi unveiled anoth

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Use VelaSmooth to get rid of Cellulite! (Only $44,000!)

Check out VelaSmooth, the ONLY FDA approved product currently out on the market that gets rid of cellulite. No this is not a commercial but if you’ve tried this machine, you can leave some comments about it.  You can get one for around $44,000 on ebay.  If it’s that expensive, it must work.

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Monkey controls Robot Arm!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK1WBA9Xl3c

This is an extreme technological breakthrough for robotic arms. You can see that the monkey feeds himself some bananas, which is all too awesome to watch. Perhaps this can eventually be applied to humans for people who have lost their arms or legs.

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Tesla coil sparks

Holy crap, this is some tight tesla coil action!

The 6 inch coil has performed better than expected with sparks reaching 8 feet (0.5 million volts). The photo above shows 7 foot sparks to the closest point of the ladder. This is with a large topload and a tank capacitance of 92 nF (0.092 uF) at a power in excess of 5 kVA. A lot of smoke comes from my spark gap at runs of over 5-10 seconds at the highest powers.

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Laser Graffiti

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Check out this cool laser graffiti!

Defense contractors say that within the next 10 years they’ll have a solid state laser mounted on a Hummer that can put a hole in a sheet of metal from several miles away. Well Dutch graffiti writers can pretty much do that now with this Hymermobil-mounted L.A.S.E.R. Tagging system dope off the assembly line at the Graffiti Research Lab

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