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(Science) Teacher Hit Me With a (Circuit Board) Ruler

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ThinkGeek’s new Motherboard Ruler is perfect for science geeks, computer nerds and math dweebs who need to measure stuff. Each one is made from a sliver of recycled green circuit board, probably from your old laptop that died.

thinkgeek motherboard ruler

ThinkGeek likes to throw around fancy stats like the fact that the ruler measures 1.067 nano light-seconds long, but according to my computations, I come up with a length of 3,048,000,000 angstroms, with an accuracy of 16 15,875,000 angstrom sub-segments.

So get to measuring and grab one over at ThinkGeek for $7.49 (USD).



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