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Doctor Who TARDIS Console Light Is a Lava Lamp from Gallifrey

Doctor Who TARDIS Console Light Is a Lava Lamp from Gallifrey
I’ve tried to watch Doctor Who and it just doesn’t excite me, but there are legions of fans out there who love that show.¬†When it comes to British TV, The IT Crowd is more my speed.

Star Wars Lava Lamp: My God, It’s Full of Ships

Star Wars Lava Lamp: My God, It’s Full of Ships
Sure, you can always get yourself an average lava lamp and they’re pretty cool, but what you need is a Star Wars lava lamp that is full of ships. It looks like a spaceship battle is raging inside of a nebula.
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This Is What Happens When You Pour Molten Aluminum into a Lava Lamp

This Is What Happens When You Pour Molten Aluminum into a Lava Lamp
Fans of destroying things to see what happens will enjoy this fun video of YouTuber The Backyard Scientist pouring molten aluminum into a giant lava lamp – just to see what happens. Because it’s fun and possibly explosive.

Mathmos Fireflow: the Lava Lamp Goes Cordless

Mathmos Fireflow: the Lava Lamp Goes Cordless
Remember lava lamps? This modern update on the classic lava lamp does away with cords, instead promoting its ooey-gooey goodness using fire. London UK-based Mathmos is getting set to release their new Fireflow lava lamps. The lights eliminate the need for electricity, instead substituting the heat of a simple tea light candle.

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call
If you happen to have your cell phone ringer turned off, and you don’t care for the “vibrate” setting, you might want to check out these nifty things from London’s Mathmos. These tiny Light Charms clip onto your mobile phone and blink whenever a call is coming in (thanks to those lovely radio frequency emissions.) They’re available in both a mini light bulb version (in white or blue) and a mini lava lamp version (in red or blue) which is only appropriate since Mathmos was the original creator of the lava lamp back in the sixties.
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