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So you're not a rocket scientist. No problem!

All you need to create your own launch kit is a box of matches, aluminum foil and some wooden skewers.
,br/> Grant Thompson (aka "The King of Random") demonstrates how this is done in the video above, and you can download the template if you sign up on his website.

The homemade rockets will leave a trail of smoke and can travel over 40 feet.

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It won't come cheap, but the R-KAID-R promises for 8 hours of battery life with a customizable button layout and an 8" screen. You know, in case playing Bubble Bobble on the bus was your highest goal in life.

Via inhabitat
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Watch as Inhabitat.com's Yuka Yoneda shows you how to make edible, zero-waste skin "bubble" to hold your water in. F'yeah science, f'yeah.