The Snacks are just inexpensive, scaled-down versions of our full-size
exhibits in the museum (as stated on the Snacks homepage) that educators
and students can build in the classroom or at home.
We do have a full scale version on the museum floor that is very popular
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On Sat, 15 Feb 2003 ABSTRATICA@aol.com wrote:
> Do you want to see a real magnetic pendulum?
> What you have demonstrated to me is the most hoakiest boring way imaginable.
> You will learn something new after you see mine.
> Let me know what you think needs to be done. If you will allow me to have
> mine put on display at the exploratorium.... then I will build it for you if
> you provide me the materials. It will hardly cost anything. The one I
> currently have is not quite industrial enough to be handled by countless
> The only thing I would like is to have my name placed upon the pendulum for I
> am the inventor. My patent on it should be issued at any time now. This is
> not relevant though. This demonstration of magnetism will surely be placed
> in all the new science books for it really has merit. You will see.
> Nobody showed me how to do what I have done.... I also have many other
> considerable inventions I may be willing to share in time..
> Please let me know.
> Anthony Cocucci
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