Mad Science Energy Cars
Who says education has to be boring? Your kids will have fun playing with this energy car, and at the same time learn valuable physics principles and alternative energy schemes. Car runs on an electric and air-powered motor, and has a built-in LCD which measures speed and distance.
Everyone thinks skulls are cool on their bracelets or belts or hoodies, but a real one seems to turn people off. Well, no matter, I'm gonna recommend one anyway. I turn to 3B Scientific , makers of the highest quality anatomic... Everyone thinks skulls are cool on their bracelets or belts or hoodies, but a real one seems to turn people off. Well, no matter, I'm gonna recommend one anyway. I turn to 3B Scientific , makers of the highest quality anatomical models, for another fun conversation starter for your home. Keep it on your coffee table, or better yet, in your closet. This numbered skull is the perfect choice for basic to pretty advanced learning. It's cast from a real, human skull, so all the little details (foramen, styluses, etc) are there. Better yet, all the points of interest are hand-numbered, and it comes with an answer-key to each digit. It's high quality plastic, the jaw articulates, the sutures are highlighted in yellow, and the cranium opens for further study and for figuring out what nerves go where. NON LEARNING USES: -If you're going to put on an amateur Shakespeare presentation, you're practically duty bound to choose Hamlet. One of the by-laws there is you have to use a skull. Put on as serious a face as you can, stare intently at the skull, then flourish a bit with some extremely long and discomfiting dramatic pauses. -Halloween decoration. You can also stuff the insides with candy and use it as your trick-or-treat bowl. - See that latch on the side? Open up the skull, pour in some Jello (pink or green, preferably) and refrigerate. $100. If you'd like the stylish élan of having a human skull in your home but don't want to spend so much, consider a.) grave-robbing or b.) buying their cheaper, 'budget' models, which go for as low as $23 or so. Mad Biologist use: Actually, the Halloween candy bowl idea works pretty well. Just make sure to use it ALL year round. And tell people it's real.
Everything you need to begin dissecting in style (except a subject. Preferably dead. We may be mad but jail isn't that comfy, and vivisection is frowned upon). The kit provides all the necessaries: - Scalpel - with solid, st... Everything you need to begin dissecting in style (except a subject. Preferably dead. We may be mad but jail isn't that comfy, and vivisection is frowned upon). The kit provides all the necessaries: - Scalpel - with solid, stainless steel handle and included replaceable blade - Scissors - Perfect for straight or long cutting, with both blunt and sharp sides - Tweezers - for peeling away bits and pieces -Metal Probe - Solid stainless steel probe for finding and highlighting what you need It also comes with 1 straight and bent plastic probes, a ruler, a couple of pins so you can landmark areas of interest, and an eye-dropper, for reasons unbeknown. $16 for the kit in blue plastic case, and for $18 you can get it in a nice leather wrap. You know, so you can carry it around with you. Mad Biologist use: Seriously? I need to give examples? Use your imagination! You're MAD!
Are you a mad scientist? Well try your hand at martini's with this set!