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PROJECTS

EMLEV: DIY ELECTROMAGNETIC LEVITATION

EMLEV: DIY ELECTROMAGNETIC LEVITATION

This is a project that will amaze and inspire! What good is all of that science know-how if we can’t do something cool with it, right? With this project we are going to use a couple of components that are easy to make or find…

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World’s First Personal Fission Reactor

It’s finally here! The world’s first PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™ See more at www.DrFission.com

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Still banging them out…

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WATER IS FUEL

For those of you that have still not visited DrFission.com, I highly recommend that you check it out. WATER IS FUEL by Drew Paul$24.99+s&h INTRODUCING THE WORLD’S FIRST PERSONAL FISSION REACTORTM PATENT PENDING The DR. FISSION™ Personal Fission Reactor™ allows you to create your own fuel,…

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DIY AA BATTERIES!

Grand Prize Winner of the 2015 Make Energy Challenge SPONSORED BY: Arizona State University, Apple Computers, Arduino, The Rep Rap Organization, Laboratorio para la Ciudad, New America, Green Momentum & Technologico de Monterrey Today we’re going to learn how to easily make our own batteries…

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DIY INTERFEROMETER: Prove Einstein Wrong in 20 Minutes

DIY INTERFEROMETER: Prove Einstein Wrong in 20 Minutes

What is light? Is it a particle or is it a wave? What an imprudent question! As we know, these are not mutually exclusive characteristics. “Particle” describes the composition of a substance and “wave” describes the motion of it. Right? But…, wait…, so…, that still…

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Easy Science Projects Anyone Can Do!

If you’re into this sort of thing: http://www.instructables.com/member/DrewPaulDesigns/

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MOONLIGHT SYMPHONY

MOONLIGHT SYMPHONY

Produced by Drew Paul, Ludwig Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata realized as Moonlight Symphony. See more at SoundCloud.com/drewpaul

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Abstract Art by Drew Paul

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PREDICTIVE ALGORITHMS

PREDICTIVE ALGORITHMS FOR DEPRECIABLE PRODUCTS & RE-OCCURRING SERVICES Why might you need to predict the depreciation date of a product? Safety, for one. Accounting purposes, maybe. To sell replacement products, for sure. In industrial and commercial settings, worn out equipment can cost more than just…

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