8 Household Items That Could Save Your Life
There's a group of people who believe that in a world of extreme natural disasters, being ready for any catastrophe is more than just a precaution. It’s practical.
Build A Battery Out Of Pennies
This is one of those cool "so-thats-how-it-works" projects that is an easy weekend activity to teach yourself (or your kids) the basics of how a battery operates.
Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair
DIY Solar USB Charger - Altoids
DIY Solar USB Charger - Altoids: I've been reading a bunch of blogs this fine Earth Day morning and have noticed that most of them are posting little write ups about green solar powered USB gadget chargers. They're all quite nice, but also quite expensive. I don't think I've seen…
51 Uses for Coca-Cola – the Ultimate List
I was trawling the Internet recently searching for a way to remove a grease spot from a favorite shirt of mine. How it got there, well, I blame a faulty fork and not my clumsy mout
How to Make a Pot in a Pot Refrigerator
How to Make a Pot in a Pot Refrigerator. In a community or situation without electricity, storage of food long-term can be tricky. One simple solution is to build your own pot-in-pot fridge, using basic pots, sand and water. An idea...
How to preserve and keep food fresh using a zeer pot clay fridge
In the heat of Sudan, food doesnt stay fresh for long. One ingenious solution is the zeer pot: a simple fridge made of local materials. It consists of one ea...
How to Make a Bow and Arrow
How to Make a Bow and Arrow. Once the weapon of choice for everyone from Native American hunters to Turkish armies, the bow is one of the oldest hunting (and fighting) tools on Earth. While it is not a match for modern weaponry and now you...
Explore Newton's Third Law of Motion by constructing a rocket pinwheel! Checkout this video from Monkey See Monkey Do here for complete instructions and the explanation behind this experiment! materials: balloon, pencil, bendy straw, tape, and needle