These awesome heating radiators were in the flat (apartment) that we stayed in. I want to make one more. How much pipe do I need to bring to the bending machine?
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The following is the first of a few pictures that I took while on spring break in London. This is a flyer that is talking about the improvements to the London Underground. The Summer Olympics are coming next summer, so … Continue reading
What questions come to mind? Maybe it’s because it’s the day before spring break, but I’m having trouble coming up with good stuff. Is this worthy of the #wcydwt tag? Features & specs: Dimensions: 9.5″ x 5.5″ x 3.5″ Equivalent … Continue reading
Alright, last Ireland photo for a while (p1 and p2). If O’Brien’s tower is 22 ft tall, how tall are the Cliffs of Moher? The most useful (is it?) topic in math: proportions.
Well? How many oranges to run an LED? A laptop? A TV? A Prius? This one is just asking for a hands on demo.
I got the idea for this “Math Photo” series from Mr. Honner. I’ll post images of mathematical stuff from my archives from time to time. Why not? Here is an arch that I found near Cushendall, Northern Ireland, on my … Continue reading
So I’m watching the idiot tube the other day and I saw a commercial by Scott Paper Company that claimed that if everyone in America used their tubeless toilet paper product, then we would save two Empire State buildings of … Continue reading
So the guys who made the glif with much success, are now introducing another product on kickstarter. The Cosmonaut. Its a wide-grip capacitive stylus for tablets. The interesting thing is their pricing model. They are selling 3,000 of them, and … Continue reading
Quick one: How many fireworks per second? Edit: There are 320,000 fireworks!!
Diet Pepsi will soon be available in a “taller, sassier new Skinny Can” that the company says is a “celebration of beautiful, confident women.” (Article linked by @21stcenturychem and found here.) I’ll table the discussion on whether or not this … Continue reading