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  • March 5, 2008 is a site that mixes science with fun.

Lately science is not boring as it used to be. Science have made a great progres in making it fun for children and also adluts. Now with the creation of this site you will be able to apply science to toys. The site offers many categories for you to choose and also learn. The ones that are featured at the site are Film Can Cannon kits and parts, Piezoelectric Ignitors, Cannon fuel, Super Magnets, Pyrolytic Graphite, Bismuth Shot, Magnetic Levitation kits, Gauss Rifle kits, Crystal Radio kits and parts, Radio Transmitter kits and parts, Lasers, Lenses, and Diffraction Gratings, Metal That Melts In Hot Water, World’s Simplest Steamboat, Happy Drinking Bird, Magnetism: Magnetorheological fluids, A magnet in mid-air, Pyrolytic graphite in mid-air, The Gauss Rifle: A Magnetic Linear Accelerator, A Curie-effect heat engine, A Magnetic Ring Launcher, Electromagnetism: An electric motor in 10 minutes, Fun with High Voltage, A 10 minute railgun, A 30 second motor, Electrochemistry: A plastic hydrogen bomb, Building your own solar battery, Building a Hydrogen Fuel Cell, Radio: A quick and simple radio, Building a radio in 10 minutes, Build a portable crystal radio, A radio out of household items, A simple AM transmitter, The Three-Penny Radio, Thermodynamics: Simple heat engines, World’s simplest steam boat, A simple rocket engine, A Film Can Cannon, A metal that melts in hot water, A room temperature liquid metal alloy, A simple solar powered heat engine, Homemade Ice Cream, Aerodynamics: A Bernoulli levitation ball, A Homemade Vacuum Pump, A Classic Propellor Toy, Light and optics: Simple laser communicator, Make a spectroscope from a CD, Making permanent rainbow, The impossible kaleidoscope, Make your own 3D pictures, Make a solar hotdog cooker, A solar powered marshmallow roaster, Biology: Photography through the microscope, Video through the microscope, Listening to Electric Fish, Using a video camera as a microscope, Mathematics: Kaleidocycles, A Geodesic Dome, Computers and Electronics: A Computer Controlled Transmitter, A Free Space Laser Data Transmitter, Fun with Solderless Breadboards, A Digital Thermometer and A Simple 1 Watt Amplifier.

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