Considering the age of the universe is about 1.4x10^10 years, I suspect that the warranty on the constituent electrons, protons and neutrons will run out long before then. Not to mention the sun, the molecular bonds in the plastic and yes, the batteries.
But seriously cool project. Some of the gear assemblies were ingenious. I’m in love with that 140/141 gear differential planetary.
@Kidsandliz@mehcuda67 Hmm. That makes sense. If a certain amount of something is good, then it stands to reason that more of that thing must be better. I’ll start clearing out room in my freezer right away.
@2many2no@mehcuda67@shahnm zero Kalvin might be better. I guess you will have use use what you can. Oh wait. Is that freezer going to be full of covid vaccinations? Don’t want the batteries deciding to be first in line.
@2many2no@Kidsandliz@mehcuda67 Can we please get back onto a more serious and socially relevant topic? We were talking about chilling the living fuck about batteries. This other shit is off topic… The nerve of some people!
This is a MOC from an AFOL. All of the parts are from LEGO sets, but I don’t imagine there is a market for a “Spin the Viking once a Googol Coffee Table Piece” set. That said, I hadn’t seen this channel. Looks really cool, and what he did in some of the setups is extremely impressive. Final point, LEGO elements are all formulaic…the geometry is perfect for people to build just about anything given enough time and understanding of the shapes of various elements. One of the reasons I love the stuff so much.
@kykazaa Thanks - yes, after I wrote that I realized that “set” wasn’t really correct; I meant that I hadn’t seen pieces that could be used that way, to make a kind of engine. It’s incredibly impressive!