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Chris Todd, a 35-year-old man from Bronham, England intends to cross the Irish Sea by powering what he calls a Tredalo, which is basically a glorified hamster wheel. If he is able to make the 66 mile journey across the open water, rumor has it Ireland has a gigantic dehydrated biscuit treat waiting for him as a reward.

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3 U Penn students developed the µWave (microwave, get it?), an Arduino based kitchen hack that plays Youtube videos while you wait for noms. Once you set the cooking time the program goes to Youtube and finds a highly-rated video for the exact length. Read more about it at the project's website.

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Eric Streenstra has created quite the paragon of green energy. And yellow energy. And blue energy. And red energy. You get the idea. This go-kart is still able to... well... go, while being made almost entirely out of LEGOs. I just hope that doesn't include the pedals. I think you know why.

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And now the robots take away our crafty folk-art? Will your domination know no bounds, you soulless machines?!

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She's doing it all wrong, actually. It's much safer to remove the keyboard and really scrub those circuits. And be sure to use a mix of 2:1 Ammonia to Bleach for maximum effectiveness.

~Not-So-Handy Andy

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It's the only spray bottle that works on a roller coaster. Why you would want a spray bottle on a roller coaster, I don't know. I'm not one to judge, though.

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