Mad Thai-ence Monday: One Night In Bangkok And You're Surrounded By Oysters

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As the water finally starts to recede from the devastating floods in Thailand, people are beginning return home, in whatever way they can.

Mad Science Monday: Non-Stick Signal

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He tried cooking. He tried photography. Unfortunately, he couldn't learn how to do either of those without a proper wireless signal. Well, back to the internet.

~NSHA

Mad Science Creationist Monday

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Kho Jian, a metalworker from Louhe in Henan province, central China, is designing and building the craft using re-salvaged and converted oil tanks. The 'Noah's Ark' will come at a cost of £20,000, and will be fitted with a range of mod-cons including a kitchen and bathrooms. It will also use technology that is employed for space travel in order to keep it watertight - while also providing doors and windows. 'He believes we are heading for a world flood and he wants his own ark to save himself and his family,' said Kho, who aims to have the finished craft ready for delivery soon.

Mad Science Monday: I Think You Broke Moore's Law

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From the submitter:

Dummyload on a budget. I needed to dissapate over 100 watts of radio frequency energy into a non inductive dummyload that would be submerged into mineral oil. 94, one watt 4700 ohm resistors came out to be 50.2 ohms. Not bad! Made in USA!

Mad Science Monday: Taking The Wheelbarrow Race To a Whole New Level

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I think this is exactly what a construction site needs; gas-powered, all terrain wheelbarrows speeding in between precarious scaffolding. What could go wrong?

~NSHA