With its silver face and walnut case, this retro-handsome radio seems a stylish relic of the hi-fi 70's. Inside the analog package, however, stirs a digital soul—inputs include internet radio, Spotify, and a Bluetooth® connection.
All the wooden sticks and Styrofoam balls you need to build the classic science project in one box.
When lightning strikes the ground, it can fuse some kinds of sand, clay, or soil into glass. This produces a hollow tube called a fulgurite that can suggest the form of a lightning bolt.
This is a stunningly detailed pop-up book that can morph into a planetarium, an infinite calendar, a message encoder, and more. Super cool.
At first glance, gallium looks like any old metal, but drop it into your hand and it will melt into liquid from your body heat alone.
Give a classic arcade feel to any rocker-style light switch. No electrical wiring (or quarters) needed.
Use the red cellophane magnifying glass included in this artful book to reveal the secrets behind a number of beautifully illustrated scientific specimens, historical objects, and antique objet d’art.
Earthlings have gazed at the dark, star-speckled sky for millennia, and this box of postcards compiles 50 impressions, from the scientific—such images plumbed from Galileo’s notebooks or the NASA archives—to the fanciful.
Civilian space tourism isn’t quite ready for blast-off. In the meantime, this poster—which evokes the slew of 1930s-era Works Progress Administration posters that touted America’s national parks—can help armchair astronauts’ imaginations take flight.
See your home and neighborhood through the eyes of the bad guy with this fascinatingly in-depth look at the methods experienced burglars use to "case the joint".
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