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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Richard Lindahl tagged torsrants+toys

It's hard to tell from the pictures, but there's a scale atop the diffracted bands of light. A good household experiment might be to look at the different wavelengths from incandescent bulbs and fluorescent bulbs. If there are any old sodium lights in y

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But the internet changes quickly. Servers crash. Sites are deleted. Heck, with a click of one button I could delete the entirety of this blog. It's not that I think my blog will be of interest to hordes of historians in the 22nd century, but I do thin

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Some other fun I've had with these powerful magnets has included putting one on a wooden table while the other one is held in my hand, a few inches away. You can play with the repulsion and attraction of the magnets to set the one on the table spinning l

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Completing this project was a lot of fun, and the kit is an extremely cheap way to gather all the components necessary for learning about assembling a basic radio receiver.

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2006-09-19 16:27

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