As the Unemployed Philosophers Guild notes, “Sometimes you're Schrodinger's Cat. Sometimes you're Schrodinger's Other Cat. Sometimes you're Schrodinger's Cat while you're Schrodinger's Other Cat.”
The Spill Not is both an ingenious demonstration of centripetal force and a foolproof way for a drunkard to carry around his preferred beverage.
Armchair travel meets tin foil hats in this gorgeously designed book documenting sites around the U.S. where UFOs have been spotted. It’s a photographic road trip through E.T. visitation past and present.
Rain delays can ruin even the best-planned adventures, but this waterproof card deck is a great way to wait out the storm. Perfect for the beach as well.
Discover worlds unseen with this beginner field microscope! Perfect for leaves, bugs, and drops of pond water teeming with life.
Stay a safe distance from creepy-crawlers with this one-handed, bug-catching tool and 5x magnifying lens. After a good, close look, initiate the quick-release and send your insect friend unharmed and on its way.
Knowing your way around rope is like having a secret super power. This little knot-tying set is the perfect pocket-sized introduction to mastering friction, tension, and strain. You'll have the most able set of hands at any camp site, boat dock, or rock face.
These clever bandanas turn the most versatile bit of travel gear into the most informative. The three-pack includes a knot-tying reference, a glow-in the dark star chart, and a guide to foraging edible plants.
The Manhattan leg of the New York City subway system distilled to its essence—each dot represents a station on this elegantly minimalist poster.
I recently received this as a gift—she just told me she'd gotten me a notebook, so it was a very cool and startling surprise to be blinded by light when I opened it. I felt like I'd found a magic artifact.
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