Square Root of Not
Square Root of Not
About Steve You may try my hacks AT YOUR OWN RISK--there's infinite ways to damage or destroy people and property, I can't think of them all. Kids use adult supervision. I am not responsible for any damage or injuries obtained while using any information from this blog. When you hack something you’re probably using it in a way in which it was never intended to be used so, there is always a risk that things might not go the way you planned. I've lost count of the number of items that I have damaged beyond repair by connecting them up the wrong way or sending too much power through them. You will in all likelihood void the warranty of the item(s). If you cannot afford to replace the item(s) you probably ought not try the hack. Information Technology professional with 30 years experience. Married with three cats.
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Blogroll UNESCO low cost equipment for science and technology education vol. IThe Scientific American Book of Projects for the Amateur ScientistNew Unesco source book for science teachingUNESCO low cost equipment for science and technology education vol. IIThe Golden Book of Chemistry (and old chemistry manuals)Guidebook to Constructing Inexpensive Science Teaching EquipmentEnrico's Chemistry BlogsSciStarterTekla LabsRadioShack - The Great CreateCitizen Scientists LeagueMake: projectsInstructablesDangerous PrototypesHack a DayLet's Make RobotsSociety of RobotsRobotBox
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