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Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 05: Science, Weather, and Outdoors

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شماره پنجم مجله Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 05 به صورت اختصاصی به وسایل نقلیه الکتریکی خانگی، راکت های قوی آب، آسیاب بادی تولید برق، موتور جت در شیشه مربا گیر، و خط ZIP حیاط خلوت می پردازد  که شما می توانید رایگان دانلود کنید.

Homemade electric vehicles, high-powered water rockets, electricity-generating windmill, jet engine in a jam jar, and a backyard zip line!

Important Info for MAKE 05 Readers: The "How to Build a Power Tap" page in MAKE 05 contains an error that could cause an unsafe wiring situation. Before attempting this project.

Table of Contents

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A look back on our exciting first year. Page 11

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For everything that is gained, something is lost. Page 13

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Overclocking your productivity: planning your projects one bit-sized piece at a time. Page 14

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A copyright-controlled museum is a crime against humanity. Page 16

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Reports from the world of backyard technology. Page 18

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Staying poised at the fertile edge of chaos, while the clock ticks. Page 26

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A Q&A with the inventor of a pirate-scaring noisemaker, a helicopter for every garage, and a way to hack gravity itself. Page 28

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N55, a conceptual group from Denmark, creates functional art for living, breathing, and growing. Page 38

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Intel researcher Eric Paulos makes things that give their owners a new way of understanding their daily lives. Page 40

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Model kit makers bring B-movie monsters to your home. Page 44

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A new art venue for the robotic age. Page 48

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MAKE looks at slide rules. Page 50

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Or, why used can be so much better than new. Page 54

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And a discourse on blind men, chipmunks, whales, and the future. Page 56

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From maker to maker. Page 58

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The street-legal electric car of the future is coming--not from Japan or Detroit--but from your neighbor's garage. Page 60

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It's a matter of sink and swim at the 8th international autonomous underwater vehicle competition. Page 68

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Be the hit of the neighborhood with a high-flying, tree-to-tree transporter. Page 72

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You don't have to be Burt Rutan to start your own rocket program. With a few empty soda bottles and some PVC pipe, you can build a high-performance water rocket. Page 78

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With a motor and some piping, it's suprisingly easy to build this inexpensive, efficient windmill generator--and enjoy free energy forever. Page 90

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Don't think you can build a jet engine at home? Here's a simple jet engine--a pulsejet--that you can make out of a jam jar in an afternoon. All it takes is bending some wire and punching a few holes. Page 102

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Learn three essential shop fabrication techniques and reward yourself by making a wi-fi signal deflector. Page 110

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Turn a remote control car into an alarm system. Page 113

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Pages last longer, lie flatter, and look better inside a handsome, durable hardcover. Page 115

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The chemistry of stain removal. Page 120

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Five simple steps to a quieter PC. Page 121

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Use a gunbelt and leg holster to hold your gear. Page 123

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Improving MyFi XM satellite radio reception. Page 125

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Plug into a world of novelty. Page 126

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Use GPS to create giant-sized works of art. Page 127

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Teach kids about circuitry in 30 minutes. Page 129

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Point your webcam anywhere you want. Page 131

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How to get VIP treatment by dressing the part of a pro photographer. Page 133

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Getting things done with GTD TiddlyWiki. Page 135

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See everything inside out through this classic optical instrument. Page 137

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Collect meteorological data on your roof and donate it to science. Page 139

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Portable, collapsible model rocket launch pad. Page 141

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Bioluminescence detector lights way toward insect-cyborg pollution sensor. Page 143

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Use a long-obsolete Primestar dish to pull in a wide world of programming. Page 145

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You can get many of the benefits of Digital TV (DTV) for as little as 20 bucks, if you're willing to do a little tinkering. Page 148

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Build your own satellite dish mast in three easy steps. Page 150

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Reusing components from discarded electronics. Page 151

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Meet Minnesota's celebrated thrill-machine maker. Page 154

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Puzzles for makers. Page 156

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Get an infrared remote to turn your room lights on and off. Page 157

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How circuits communicate with the outside world. Page 160

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Can you stay alive until the bank vault unlocks? Page 170

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The best tools, software, gadgets, books, magazines, and websites. Page 172

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Exploring the world of Amatuer Craftsman's Cyclopedia of Things to Make. Page 182

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Emulation software gives you free, zero-footprint, vintage computers. Page 183

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Almost everything you needed to know about MAKE. Page 184

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Our favorite events from around the world: March - April - May 2006. Page 185

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Where makers tell their tales and offer praise, brickbats, and swell ideas. Page 186

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Bots, how-tos, and virtual worlds all on the MAKE: Blog. Take a tour of what's new with Associate Editor Philip Torrone. Page 188

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Real movie explosions are dangerous, expensive, and usually unecessary. Page 189

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Three years, 95 feet above the Earth. Page 190

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