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Via: Uproxx
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... when he was 15...

Not only that, the engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone once built a battery out of scrap metal, baking soda and acid to power his family's house. Yep, he is a kludge god in the purest sense of the term. Uproxx called him a teenage Tony Stark, and we'd be inclined to agree. I'd also like to add this request:

Get. This. Kid. A. Scholarship. MIT, Cal-Tech, Harvey Mudd, Olin, anywhere. Step up!

Soccer Golf is a Thing We Need to See More of in the Future
Via: The World's Best Ever
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FootGolf is an officially recognized sport in the Netherlands, but the rest of the world still has room to catch up. The rules are simple: No cleats, wear a polo, and kick that ball towards the goal in one motion.

And now for an educational video:

Via: Obvious Winner
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Yes, you read that right. Torchy's Tacos, a taco joint in Austin, TX, has created a giant taco-shooting cannon which uses pressurized CO2 to shoot tacos at hungry customers. It has enough barrels to simultaneously shoot 12 tacos at once. Torchy's created the cannon for the annual Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin. Because with something like this, it's worth repeating three times (or 12 times, for that matter!). Watch the cannon in action here!

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