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Get 35% more MPG on your car with this little device.

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Basically this little device produces HHO and feeds it into your fuel line in your car. The HHO is produced by distilled water and baking soda. The only drawback is that you much keep adding the distilled water and baking soda once a week.

This is a very good idea. I’ve heard of water injection systems but this one actually injects HHO.

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How to make HOT ICE!

Wow, check out how to make HOT ICE! This is awesome if you have some sodium acetate laying around.

A heat pack like the one you are describing contains sodium acetate and water. It turns out that sodium acetate is very good at supercooling. It “freezes” at 130 degrees F (54 degrees C), but it is happy to exist as a liquid at a much lower temperature and is extremely stable. Clicking the disk, however, has the ability to force a few molecules to flip to the solid

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Maker Faire 2007 – Biological Containment Art – Junior’s Returns

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Check out this cool biological containment art from Philip Ross. It’s a hydroponic garden which allow just enough light using LEDs for the plants to survive but do not grow bigger. Very interesting. This might be good for saving our planet by controlling light plants receive and thus use less energy if we are ever in a closed environment due to wars and what not. (no

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DIY – How to make a Soju Lamp

Similar to the previous post, here’s Zedomax Soju Lamp. The great thing is that I didn’t even TRY to make it, it was just there from my dedication to drinking daily while blogging. (Yes, if you are over 18, we recommend this route. Make sure to have a companion while drinking. DWC – Drink with a companion) Although I drink beer mostly, sometimes I resort to Soju because it’s only 16% alcohol and let’s me drink less thus not getting a beer belly. Plus, soju does give you better ideas a

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Scientists have figured out how to make you invisible!

Cool, scientists have figured out how to make you invisible!

Physicists figured out the complex mathematical equations for making objects invisible by bending light around them last year.

A group of engineers at Purdue University in Indiana have now used those calculations to design a relatively simple device that ought to be able to—one day soon—make objects as big as an airplane simply disappear.

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DIY – How to Collect Hydrogen and Oxygen!

Here’s a cool instructable on how to collect some hydrogen and oxygen!

In this instructable I’ll give you a simple way to collect Hydrogen gas and if you want also, to collect Oxygen. Depending on the voltage and current that you use for the project this could be hazardous. I used a 14.4 volt power drill battery pack for the process but don’t recommend it, I only used it to achieve a noticeable effect in a short time period (about 20 minutes).

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DIY HACK – How to run an AVR MCU on a battery made out of lime!

Here’s a cool little DIY on how to run an AVR MCU on battery made out of lime!

Some of the fruit and vegetables we eat can be used to make electricity. The electrolytes in many fruit and vegetables, together with electrodes made of various metals can be used to make primary cells. One of the most easily available vegetable, the ubiquitous lemon can be used to make a fruit cell together with copper and zinc electrodes. The terminal voltage produced by such a cell

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A Cell’s-Eye View of the Human Body (3D Animation)

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Check out this cool video of the human body in 3D anime!

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DIY HACK – How to make Nitrogen laser at home

Check out this cool DIY on making nitrogen laser at home!

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High School Student Builds Nuclear Fusion Reactor

Wow, check this out. A high school student has built a nuclear fusion reactor. Maybe he can make the next Back-to-the-Future car…

High school student Thiago Olson has gone beyond basic physics class. Way beyond. Using parts and materials scrounged from the local hardware story and eBay, Olson built a working fusion reactor. In November 2006, a few tiny bubbles in h

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