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DIY – How to build your own Solar Scooter!

Don shows you how to build your own solar scooter.  What a nice guy, free detailed PDFs to explain everything.

Cool stuff!

Yes this is one! This is where you get to build your own solar powered scooter, it looks simple enough and in fact this scooter is actually street legal and will travel at least five miles on one charge.

The builder uses it regularly for work, which is five miles away, once at wor

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How to Convert your Bike into an Electric Power Bike!

Wow, check out this plug and play electric motor system for your bike. Basically, you remove your front wheel and attach the Neodymics Cyclemotor system.

The only feature that should be improved upon? Well, I wish the

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DIY Gmail HACK – How to Make a Physical Gmail Notifier!

Here’s a cool hack on how to make a physical gmail notifier.  You could probably use any other type of LED RGB device too.

I was given a lovely glowing cube by the generous people at Linden Labs as a freebie at a job fair yesterday, and I decided that it was far too attractive to simply sit there on a shelf, pulsating forlornly until its batteries went flat. How about making

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DIY HACK – How to Make a Solar Powered DC Welder!


Remember my post on how to make a DC Welder powered by a golf cart? Well, these guys must be golfers and must own a golf course. (or at least work at a golf course.)

Now, they figured out a way to power their batteries with a big solar panel on top of the golf cart. Now the question is, can you still drive the g

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Hand Crank Shaver!

Here’s a hand crank shaver that you can charge by cranking it with your hand!

Awesome stuff. Now you can go green and make sure to keep your beard off.

As it is a wind up device, the battery s always going to be ready for that nice clean cut shave, with no hassle of charging through a power socket? With all the inconvenience that is involved with that, but at just $46 this shaver would appear to be very good value, and remember there is no need for batt

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DIY HACK – How to Make a DC Welder with a Golf Cart!


Here’s a cool way you can make a DC welder powered by a golf cart!  Of course, you don’t have to use a golf cart but it is creative the way this guy did it.

Here’s the simplest welder you can make. It’s just a pair of jumper cables and a welding rod. Oh yeah. And some batteries to power it. I happened to have some nice juicy batteries in the form of a Golf Cart.

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DIY Solar-powered Sound System!


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Super Gigantic Green Lasers Review 300mW to 600mW Green Lasers!


Hi all,

This is a special review of giant green lasers on the market today.

Since I was getting tired of my little measly 125mW green laser from DragonLasers, I was going to go on shopping for a super-giagantic laser that will fulfill my dreams. (So I can burn stuff from miles away from my 12th floor apartment without getting caught…)

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Crossfire EX 600mW

Wow, I was impressed with this

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Betavoltaic batteries that can last 30 years!

Al’right, we got some new Betavoltaic batteries that could possibly last 30 years on a single charge!?!

Your next laptop could have a continuous power battery that lasts for 30 years without a single recharge thanks to work being funded by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory. The breakthrough betavoltaic power cells are constructed from semiconductors and use radioisotopes as the energy source. As the radioactive material decays it emits beta particles that transform into electric power capable of fueling an electrical device like a laptop

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Solar Powered Bike!

Wow, check out this neato bike that can power itself using the power of the Sun!

The E-V Sunny Bicycle has light absorbing Solar panels built right into the Wheels, creating continual power from the Sun’s Rays, and maintaining a constant charge to the batteries. The bike is propelled by a 500 watt front hub motor.


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