This is a minute and a half run of Youtuber Kaplamino's 'Blue Marble' 2-D Rube Goldberg style machine. In his own words while I make a mental note to myself to watch more videos like this when I want to relax. thinking hard There, mental note made. Show More Summary
Marble and domino enthusiast Kaplamino’s latest creation is an impressive tilted maze. The most entertaining parts are the ones where magnets, small catapults and other objects fling the titular marble through the different parts of the maze.
The Blue Marble by the very mechanically talented YouTuber Kaplamino is a brilliantly designed, Rube Goldberg inspired, hand made analog table top pinball game. The game engages a little blue marble in a mesmerizing chain reaction of tiny events, using not one – but two fidget spinners, a plastic fork and a pair of scissors...
Kaplamino's "The Blue Marble" is made from ordinary items like rubber bands, magnets, blocks of wood, pencils, bottle caps, and plastic forks, but he turns it into an almost magical chain reaction machine on a tilted wood plane. After 3 months of work and probably more than 500 fails, I'm happy to present you my best video ever. Show More Summary
Kaplamino gives us look at the project he's been working for three months. It's a chain reaction marble run on a tilt table. there are magnets, levers, fidget spinners, catapults, and all kinds of clever segments all working together to get one blue marble to the end. Show More Summary
This is the first photograph ever taken of the whole round Earth, the Blue Marble Shot, taken 45 years ago today. The only one ever taken by human hands. You have to go 20,000 miles up into space to see...Read more
We may never know who took the first full-color shot of Earth from Apollo 17, but asking the question is a space odyssey in its own right
Planet Earth is teeming with interesting creatures of all shapes and sizes, but life on our little blue marble wasn't always so diverse. Science tells us that all the life we see on the planet today is the result of primitive organisms evolving over millions and millions of years into much more complex forms. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, in the long long ago, this bad guy from a lava planet comes to Earth with these three magic boxes and tries to turn our pretty blue marble into a red marble, but is defeated by some people who live in the sea (Atlanteans), some warrior women who live on an […]
Being an astronaut is not all zero-gravity gymnastics and big blue marble flyovers. There’s also all the time spent repairing the urine collector and hunting for lost screws. Scott Kelly’s delightful new memoir, Endurance: A Year inShow More Summary
The chapel at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich is an idyllic place of stunning marble work, painting, and architecture. To step into its hallowed halls is to be taken back in time in a blaze of Romanesque white, blue, and gold. Show More Summary
Alexandr is a remodeled flat located in Moscow, Russia. This remodeling project, by Geometrium, is for a young family, including their 2-year-old son and Russian blue cat. The clients wanted their home to be a reflection of their lives...Show More Summary
Let's be real, everything about marble is beautiful, particularly manicures. Talented nail artists have taken marble and rose quartz nails and given them a Summer upgrade using blues and greens. The manicures have been flooding Instagram,...Show More Summary
There's something about caves that automatically intrigue us - remember those stunning marble caves in Chile? You can take a dip into the clear blue waters surrounding Zakynthos Island in Greece where you'll find the famous Blue Caves. The arches formed thousands of years ago through erosion. Show More Summary
Two tour companies plan to start offering dives to Titanic’s watery grave, some six years after the last such company reportedly called it quits. Companies Blue Marble Private and Bluefish said this month they will begin offering tours of the famous wreck in submersible vessels, beginning in 2018. Show More Summary
A U.K. travel company called Blue Marble Private is planning to launch a tour where guests will be able to view the wreckage of the Titanicabout 13,000 feet deep in the North Atlantic Ocean. Read moreking Blogs | Comments
With large-scale commercial trips to the moon still a ways off, what's a well-heeled traveler seeking adventure to do? A London outfit is proposing the bottom of the sea. Blue Marble Private will begin expeditions to the resting place of the Titanic in May 2018. Groups of nine people can...
NEW YORK — There’s a Qur’anic scripture on one of the walls in Imam Feisal Rauf’s office, showing Arabic letters stylized in the shape of a long boat on a blue background of Turkish marbled paper. Like a captain trying to navigate his...Show More Summary
A new weather satellite is sharing high-definition images from the heavens.
Even though we are in the dead of winter, that’s no excuse not to plan for sunshine and warmer temps. One way to beat those winter blues is to create a beautiful suncatcher by frying marbles. What? Fried Marbles? Craftster member allyinthevalley shares her tips and tutorial for frying marbles (hint, they aren’t really fried) […]