Quite a large selection.
You know, you usually need a fan to cool the computer radiator. My water cooler radiator was very small…. It was just a little bigger than the water pump. And those two big Papst fans are meant to cool the radiator. Well, now I took the radiator from my wife’s brother’s old Toyota Corolla, I believe it was 1979…
The Otherpower.com staff thought of building a hamster-powered nightlight a couple years ago at a rather, uh, soused company Christmas party. Then recently Analise, an 8th grader from Albuquerque, NM, contacted DanF through the AllExperts.com Science For Kids forum, asking ‘Can a rodent generate enough electricity to power a light by running on it’s wheel?’ That was enough inspiration for us to start the project, and we soon added Skippy the Hamster to the Otherpower.com payroll. He’s a Syrian Hamster, and we chose that breed since they are nocturnal and like to run on the exercise wheel.
This is a nice little site that shows what the planets would look like if they were side by side.
I am someone–who I am is unimportant–w/ whom Philip K. Dick corresponded–someone who wonders if you, too, were part of his intended audience when he was writing me the 60-plus letters–about 200 pages, mostly single-spaced typed– he did (a few have been published in selected portions of his quest (his Exegesis) and correspondence (the Underwood series)). These letters chronicle his “long inner trip” and were for the most part written while he was writing the real Valis (click here to see these letters in a spatial temporal context).
The starting bid was $1,000.
(via Boing Boing)