The secret of inspiration is not waiting for it to strike, but knowing how to strike out at it yourself. — Mike Rugnetta’s got some pretty good answers to the Internet’s questions.
Icky is pita-pocketing in front of the heater. Wish I fit in there with him.
All The Ways of Being in The World
The cloud chamber didn’t work (don’t worry, we’re trying again on Thursday) so Mark broke out the good whisky.
It really doesn’t take much to make a cloud chamber at home. Just a tinfoil cake pan, rubbing alcohol, a scrap of felt, some modeling clay, a clear plastic drinking glass, and some dry ice. And ziplocs, gloves and safety glasses if you’re going to bust up the dry ice yourself. In a few moments, I’m going to be seeing particles from outer space zipping through my dining room. Whee!
I’m gathering some materials for a science experiment and I love these Fozzy Bear gloves for handling dry ice.