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How to Make a DIY Nuclear Reactor and Neutron Gun!

*Note – This is for informational purposes only, we are not responsible if you turn your house into a nuclear waste filled with radioactive materials.

For those of you who might be interested in learning how a nuclear reactor, you might want to take a look at this video that explains how to make a DIY nuclear reactor from household radioactive materials.

According to the author, element thorium can be found in old latern mantels. Simply get as many latern mantels, blow torch them into power, mix the powder with lithium from lithium battery, wrap it up in

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Fashion DIY – How to Make DNA Earrings!

Probably one of the most unique gifts you can make for someone else is one of these awesome DNA earrings.  Of course, if you made it modeling real DNA that would be just incredible for the person on the receiving end.  (Don’t forget, you can get your exact DNA specs here, although this costs hundreds of dollars.)

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The “Real” Periodic Table!


Perhaps one day, every Chemistry class will have to include outdoor teaching with the “real” periodic table.  Of course, don’t forget about the Periodic “Coffee” Table that might be good for your livingroom.

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[How Do They] Make Seedless Watermelons?

If you are like me, you probably have a dozens or even hundreds of questions you ask yourself daily on “how do they” making things such as seedless watermelons.

Yes, I just found out seedless watermelons are not natural but done through DNA control:

Producing a seedless watermelon involves three steps. First, a plant is treated with colchicine, a substance that allows chromosomes to duplicate, but prevents the copies from being distributed properly to dividing cells. As a result, a plant with four sets of chromosomes is created, a “tetraploid.”


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Video Tour of Exploratorium in San Francisco!

The other day, I did a shoot with my new Canon 7D DSLR at Exploratorium in San Francisco, there’s a ton of interesting science and technology stuff you can play with.

For those of you who live outside California, you can enjoy my short clip here.  There’s some really cool stuff like the man-made hurricane, I like the most…

My video skills are improving slowly.  Until I get a faster computer to render thes

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Science DIY – How to Make a Simple Hydrogen Generator!


Here’s a good video on how to make your own simple hydrogen generator.  This might be a great auto project for you to tinker with.

Green Power Science has made a simple DIY Hydrogen Generator. The thought was that it would be run from the alternator in your car and the Hydrogen would be pumped into the engine for combustion. I am no expert but I think the energy used to create the gas would be much greater than the energy that would be produced when burning the g

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“Periodic Table” Coffee Table

This beautiful Coffee Table embeds a whole Periodic Table” for those of you who simply can’t get enough with the table in your head alone.

Close-up pics reveal that the table itself doesn’t define what the element is, rather a sample of each element is buried inside as solid block of acrylic.

(The only question I have is, does the table also come with radioactive elements too?)

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The Quarter Wiki – a new paid Online Encyclopedia!

As you know, the team of moonlighters at Zedomax.Net has been working on new paid wikis. We belive this concept of paid wikis will blow up soon and we have just started diggin’.

We first made Five Dollar Wiki, One Buck Wiki, then EntreWiki.


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Styrofoam cup vs deep sea pressure

Wow, check out what happens to a styrofoam cup when simulated to deep sea pressures.

Looks pretty cool doesn’t it…On the surface, at an atmospheric pressure of 14.7 pounds per square inch, the cup stands 4 inches tall. As the remotely operated sub descends, the pressure compresses the Styrofoam and the cup shrinks. Bel

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Batteries powered using p…

Here’s some batteries you can power with some human p… You can even use it 3-5 times to re-fuel your batteries!

This is tight, too bad it’s only available in Japan. I’d get one next time I head over there!

In February we talked about a Pee Powered battery that was in the testing phase in Japan. Now it would seem they have made it to the store for the Japanese to buy and use.

NoPoPo (Non-Pollution Power) Aqua Batteries a

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