rube goldberg machine
The memorable announcement has been viewed more than 7 million times.
It literally depends on the speed of molasses, a turtle and growing grass.
A baby's first years are full of monumental firsts. There's the first word, the first walk, and possibly the first time seeing
It's not just that they're indescribably cool or painstaking to make -- no, Rube Goldbergs are so captivating because they're animation that happens in the real world.
Stop whatever you're doing this instant and prepare to be blown away by this informative and mesmerizing lesson on the history
Of his many artistic triumphs in a career that, in essence, spanned the entire 20th century (Goldberg was born in 1883 and
The chain reaction begins when a ball rolls across a table and hits a lever, switching on a fan. The camera pans from left
Cartoonist Rube Goldberg was best known for his illustrations of "machines," intricate and over-engineered contraptions designed
By Michael Moyer Two years ago we featured an incredible video of the Antikythera Mechanism—an ancient Greek computing device
People don't often get around to sending postcards anymore. You write it by hand, you stamp it, you drop it off, you wait