A homemade thermometer

How to make a Thermometer

Here is an easy-to-build homemade thermometer using materials available at home. (3/12/2006)
Category: science projects diy homemade howto - Updated: 2009/07/24
Simple Lie Detector.

Lie Detector

A simple and easy to make lie detector circuit. (August 3, 2009)
Category: circuits audio diy science - Updated: 2009/08/02
Cheese... the moon is made of cheese.

Moon, 100% cheese.

Finally, I can say that elderly people were right. The moon is 100% cheese. Here is the proof. (2/19/2006)
Category: funny discover websites science - Updated: 2009/07/24
NXT Record player

NTX Gramophone / Vinyl Record Player

This is my second version of my homemade Gramophone/Phonograph using my LEGO Mindstorms NTX. (2/11/2007)
Category: lego science projects homemade audio howto - Updated: 2014/03/02
spiral infinite

Pino's Theory About Integers and Infinite.

After I saw the book "God created the integers", I came with the idea: "Integers doesn't exists". PKM from Cambridge asked me to explain this. After many days thinking about it, I developed a new theory that may change the way we think about math. (7/17/2007)
Category: opinion science - Updated: 2009/07/24
Robotic arm using lego mindstorms (R)

Robotic Arm

This Mechanical arm is quite impressive and interesting to build. (3/18/2006)
Category: lego homemade science projects robots - Updated: 2009/07/23
Materials needed.

Mini-Rocket.

A mini-rocket that uses water and carbon dioxide as "fuel". (2/26/2006)
Category: science projects howto homemade - Updated: 2009/07/23
science toy maker website

www.sciencetoymaker.org

A non-commercial site for people who like to roll up their sleeves and make fun, mysterious toys and projects that entice scientific investigation. It is a resource for inspired parents, kids, teachers, teenagers, home schoolers and science fair participants. (5/15/2007)
Category: best websites diy science projects - Updated: 2009/07/23
Scotch Tape X-ray Machine

Scotch Tape X-Rays

How the Scotch tape X-rays works. (10/24/2008)
Category: howto science diy discover - Updated: 2009/07/23
My super simple sun tracker

Super Simple Sun Tracker.

Without using complex circuits and sensors, I was able to make my simple home-made Sun Tracker. This one only needs Solar cells, a motor and some gears. (11/20/2007)
Category: science projects diy homemade lego - Updated: 2009/07/23
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Toothpicks designs.

With lots of toothpicks and time, I made some geometrical figures using wooden toothpicks. (3/13/2006)
Category: science projects diy howto - Updated: 2009/07/23
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Toothpicks with yummy designs.

With Toothpicks and Marshallows, I have some fun. Some Yummy and interesting designs. (5/10/2006)
Category: science projects diy howto - Updated: 2009/07/23

Useful Facts

A list of non-useful, and crazy, facts. (3/6/2008) Sent by du1ce^
Category: funny humor discover readings from_readers science - Updated: 2009/07/23
Walking robot using LEGOs.

Walking Robot III.

Powered by a solar cell, this walking robot can walk using four legs. NO RCX or sensors used, Just gears, one motor and solar power. (11/29/2007)
Category: lego robots homemade science diy - Updated: 2009/07/23

Water on the Moon!

Can you believe it? There is Water! Water on the moon! (November 13, 2009)
Category: interesting science - Updated: 2009/11/13

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