5,000 Popsicle Stick Eiffel Tower

Byron sends this one in:

 

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‘Friend’s son built it for school science project, & won 1st place.”


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    bewhyareohin

    Go Alex, nice job….

    xlkranium

    This kid is amazing he will be a great engineer one day great job!!!!!!!!!!!!

    colin

    i would have gave teh son of a bitch last place, and then kicked the damn thing down, what in the hell does it have to do with science

    SpeeduvDark

    His projects has a lot to do with science, the kid never would’ve been able to build this without understanding the physics behind it.

    colin

    what physics, what goes up must come down, seriously what

    SpeeduvDark

    It’s a matter of balance, if you tried to build a tower with a tiny base that was really top heavy it would probably collapse.

    colin

    i kno but that would be a matter of math now wouldnt it, to see how heavy it would be by MULTIPLYING THE WIEGHT OF THE POPSICLE STICK to the number of them you have soooooo……thus creating a base you need to work on

    Kero

    Because the weight is equal to the base? that doesnt make sence. And the glue has weight too. Also colin learn2type.

    colin

    Well considering the base of the thing would be the bottom of it, you would have a projected guess at what you were going to work on.
    Kero- You may now die a happy man. Or I can kill you, which ever you would like.

    Sorryyoulost

    I give him the rating of Rock Lobster. Keep up the good work kid.

    RSIxidor

    Why did this come up from the joke credited to Kari Byron?

    Puulaahi

    @RSIxidor: “Byron sends this one in”

    lunatim

    Wow, that looks like it took a long time to make, but definitely worth the effort! Here’s a link to a stick bomb I made, only 2250 sticks, but they explode:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiWxU3jXOFc