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If it actually worked, you wouldn't have taken all the time editing it
Doesn't work, which is why the picture was edited.
I am not an expert at electronics, but is this shorting the wire...if so, would the battery explode? just wondering.
I am not an expert at electronics but is this short circuiting, if so, would the battery explode?
You could put a lever on the inside of the room and connect it with redstone to the beginning part of the redstone circuit to close it. (may work, confidence number 5 out of 10
You could just put a lever or whatever you want and put redstone from that lever to the beginning part of the redstone circuit.
what did you use for the pictures?
Why can't it be paper plates?
No offence, but it looks like some of the designs from before the first "flying" plane was made
you should know not to put the sand paper in with the matches, they could start on fire if your not careful
could it pick you off the ground?
Well it could be used to annoy the pants off someone
does coffee work better than water?
Those faces he made are not what he would actually make if he was not doing it for demonstration perposes, i tried it and its only a small momentary "burning" feeling on my tongue
i cut my finger nail, but only slightly
if your still alive, your obviously fine
i tried it and i found them
do those lasers burn?
almost every section of the track failed
but overall nice design!
Those offroad trucks would obviously not work
does it wake you up at midnight
Great concept! :)
And imagine if someone destroyed it
WOAH! HOW MANY PIECES DID YOU USE?
Man, just doing pushups without that machine is a pain
it would have been cool to make the clock hands spin forward faster or backwords
that way it would look like its working
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