Yes!!! I am canadian
Topic by DeriemD 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I don't know about anybody else, but the redrawn Robot on the robot contest banner quite appeals to me. For some reason, it feels like he should have a Canadian accent... I'm not suggesting replacing *the* Robot, but it would be nice to see the Canadian version appearing on merchandise, say as a small logo on a shirt, or on a new badge. I would certainly have made this project easier to make... EDIT: I roughed up some versions of my own, with a combination of Inkscape and an oooold copy of Photoshop.
Topic by Kiteman 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Two 17 year old Canadian Grade 12 students sent a Lego man into space and captured the entire 97 minute flight on video. The helium filled balloon used to send the Lego man (with Canadian Flag in hand) to space reached 24 kilometers above sea level. (almost 15 miles). SEE VIDEO HERE (at YouTube) OR scroll down below for embedded link (thanks monsterlego) :P
Topic by canucksgirl 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Did you or someone you know learn tatting (shuttle or needle) with my or any Instructable or online video? Are you Canadian and preferably around 30 or younger? If so there's a journalist in Canada working on a magazine article and she would love to talk to you. You can message me for contact information and please share if you know someone who might fit. Thanks!
Topic by TotusMel 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Have a section of a neighbour's oak tree that was taken down last year (fall). Am storing it in our garage for 3 years before attempting to make a block out of it for a side table in the house. Heard that the cut ends need to be sealed so the wood doesn't check and crack. Is this correct and, if so, what kind of wax/sealant and where would I find this? Christine Daskis
Question by cdaskis 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
This is called the Redneck Rollercoaster, but that's not quite the truth. This is an insane car mod that looks fun as hell and has the danger factor to bump it up to make it extra stupid. So who doesn't love some stupidly dangerous fun? Weirdos. Who loves it? Canadians.FYI, the guy on the left on the sofa is the driver. And how it works...
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm working on a model plane right now, a mig 31, and you have to add in the weights before you have any chance of actually knowing if they are enough or not. the instructions say to put in 7grams, but i don't know how many pennies i would need for that. can someone tell me how much a penny weighs., or better yet, just how many i need? thanks.
Question by the poodleo 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a huge 35th scale hobby boss canadian leopard tank, and i was just wondering what color the bottom and tank crew should be.
Question by the poodleo 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Ive seen some prices of acrylic sheeting for american stores and the price difference is astonishing for the same thing here in canada. As the title says I'm looking for a place or a store to get some sheets for a few projects from here and I don't want to spend that much for just a couple pieces. Is there anyone on here from southern ontario that has had the same problem, and potentially with a solution? :)
Question by ntowner 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
When I sign up with a canadian postal code, I am redirected to the home page. I can see the large version of secondary images in an instruction step, as though I were signed in. However, it won't let me sign in later, and it appears as though neither my user name nor my email are in the system, as indicated when I check the availability of my user name in the sign up page, or when I request that my password be sent to me. Signing up with 90210 as my postal code, however, works just fine.
Topic by des4maisons 9 years ago
I am scared! how can there only be 2 patriotic Canadians!!!!! English: O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, We stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. FranÃ§ais: Ã Canada! Terre de nos aÃ¯eux, Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux! Car ton bras sait porter l'Ã©pÃ©e, Il sait porter la croix! Ton histoire est une Ã©popÃ©e Des plus brillants exploits. Et ta valeur, de foi trempÃ©e, ProtÃ©gera nos foyers et nos droits, ProtÃ©gera nos foyers et nos droits. 23 Cannon salute, then 1 min silence and YAY! Done, Now all you Canadians, join my Canadians group!
Topic by Bartboy 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Well, in a few days my school is performing "Anne of Green Gables." and I was cast as the College President, I would like to know how to do a Canadian accent. The setting is Avonlea and it is central Canada just above the border of the U.S.
Question by bounty1012 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have looked everywhere in my city and cannot find anywhere that sells stump remover or any other potassium nitrate product. If somebody says "look at lowes" they should be ashamed =PI have looked at Lowes, Home Hardware, Canadian Tire, Home Depot, and every other garden supply center around.
Question by FunkNattidelic 10 years ago | last reply 7 months ago
Ok so 40 years ago Stephen Hawking came up with the theory of Black holes and today they are not black but gray. It turns out that the black holes Hawking wrote about in 1974 — those places in the space-time continuum that can devour galaxies and even trap light forever — may not exist in the way that he proposed decades ago. So I read the paper. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1401.5761v1.pdf I found it a bit dry compared to A Brief History of Time but that is the life of a paper. I have always believed a theory is just that and no more, prone to evolve or be disproved with the advent of new theories and facts. After all it is just a theory and not a fact even though many of these theories enable us to the most amazing things. Which reminds me of a joke. A Canadian fisherman was down south fly fishing with an American fisherman that happen to be a marine biologist. Soon the Canadian fisherman caught a one pound brook trout and stated it was just a baby and threw it back. The American marine biologist not objecting to catch and release, objected to the Canadian calling a one pound Salvelinus fontinalis a baby. He explained to the Canadian fisherman that the Salvelinus fontinalis is genetically unable to grow larger than one pound. The Canadian fisherman retorted I catch five pounders in the Boyne River all the time and that was just a baby where he comes from. The American marine biologist objected to the Canadian calling a one pound Salvelinus fontinalis a baby. Again he explained to the Canadian fisherman that the Salvelinus fontinalis is genetically unable to grow larger than one pound. Not wanting to argue the Canadian fisherman let the subject lye and spent the rest of the day fishing throwing their catch back. At the end of the day they exchanged addresses and parted friends. A month later the American marine biologist received a parcel in the mail in it was a frozen five pound brook trout, distraught he began to write the Canadian fisherman a letter. “Dear Mr. Fuddel Duddel Thank you for the five pound specimen of the Salvelinus fontinalis, and thank you very much for ruining perfectly good science with a fact. Sincerely John Doe”
Topic by Josehf Murchison 5 years ago
Do they just begin building randomly, or do they begin with an idea?
Topic by King825 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Can some one help me out . i just got my cellphone jammer (blocker) purhcase from dealextreme. when it came its not blocking the signal of my cellphone or anyother unless u are very close to it like right infront of it. after 2 feet it just don't block. so i read the guide how to change the settings by opening the case of it. but the settings are shown for att and other usa networks . i am in canada and i need for fido/rogers settings please help me thanks.
Question by ak.89 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hi, I'm asking about how to drill on copper or silver chips? I mean if there is material or chemicl help to drill on copper or silver chips to write on it or to draw. in other words how to draw or write on copper or silver chips, pls help thanks
Question by canadian nh 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
All of you great knexers join my group but a majority of you don't post guns.... Why? Ironman69: My knex hero/role model! You have all these great sidearms why don't yea post them? I Am Canadian: Well I'm Canadian too so be a fellow citizen and add your sidearms! (I LOVE THE SPIFF!) Oh and just in case you never saw it. I have another group called bolt, slide, and pump. Check it out! P.S. IRONMAN69 you have such a nice bolt action gun.... put it in my group! Lol Have fun!
Topic by kingghaffari 10 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
This is how the announcer goes: " Wow what an amazing play! did you see the way he PUSHED that ROCK across that ICE! by the way that is the new X-10 Super-Sweep from Exacta-Broom with a carbon-fiber handle to the kevlar re-enforced rubberized P-240 Brissels!" (second reporter) "Amazing! he actually HIT the othor ROCK with the fist one!"
Question by Zaphod Beeblebrox 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I want to make a gun using one of those trigger mech. But I don't know how they work or which one is better. Please Help!!!
Question by Pizzapie500 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want someone to build a knex canadian coin sorter. I thought if someone has built an knex American coin sorter i thought someone can make this. I live in canada so thats why i want someone to build one. Can anyone build one?
Question by MrShadowKnight16 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Well i'm canadian but my mom's hole family is from england so half of my background is english. also i have been to england 6 times and i'm only 11. would i still be able to post topics?if someone can send me a private message that would be great!
Topic by DELETED_misrockandroll 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I know there are many places online to buy boards for 2$ or less but shipping to Canada can be upwards of 8$. Anyone know a good place for Canadians to buy blanks. I imagine making your own blanks would be too difficult, hopefully someone can correct me on this. Thanks
Question by A_Sab 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I really want to build one of them, but I don't know which is better. Can someone give me the stats, or pros/cons, or piece list or both of them?
Question by Pizzapie500 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I was looking at all the excellent instructables about marshmallow guns, but I have a concern. I'm Canadian, and it seems to me that the inner diameters of 1/2" PVC pipe in the US is larger than 1/2" PVC in Canada. So, could someone in the know please straighten this out? Is there a difference or not? If so, what would be the appropriate substitute size? Thanks to all.
Topic by Spongeloaf 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I found a thread that asked this question previously on instructables but the author wanted to harness the kinetic energy of falling snow, and many of the criticisms involved the unpredictability of when snow will fall.I am specifically curious if it is possible to create a machine to remove snow that uses the energy of the snow itself. Ideally, it would melt the snow and use the water or steam to power itself.The things Canadian winters do to the mind...
Topic by shareefhadid 2 months ago | last reply 8 weeks ago
I'm trying to buy a textbook, and it is much cheaper on amazon.co.uk (UK version) or on amazon.ca (Canadian). Both sites have books cheaper then amazon.com (USA), and they both ship from the US (Georgia). Would I run into issues if I tried to order from these sites? I already have an amazon.com account, would that work?
Question by CameronSS 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I always find this really confusing. Also I have a MotoMaster 12v solar panel supposedly for a car or something from Canadian Tire but I got it for electronics projects. I can get a voltemeter to detect voltage coming from it but I can't get it to work a motor or light or anything. It has two normal alligator clip leads.
Topic by Aeshir 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
On the 19th July, the Cassini space probe is being turned around to take a photo of Saturn and its rings. When they take the photo, Earth will be in the background, so this is your chance to get outside and photobomb an entire other planet! See here for details of exact timings, but most US, Canadian and Western European members have a chance to be in the shot. There's also a contest to get your image or music beamed to the stars.
Topic by Kiteman 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I really wanted to know why contests are open to canadian members except Quebec? In my head, that does'nt make any sense, because even if the first langage is French, almost everyone speaks English too. If the reason is anything else, and if you know the answer to my question, please answer me. I would really like to have a chance to win a contest while sharing my creations with the world. Sincerely, Tjay42
Topic by Tjay42 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I had an Idea. Basically, you have a lame set of grappling hook arms that dont Do anything, well change it so that when the hook hits the object, it closes the arms....block trigger perhaps. I know I Am Canadian, Shadowman ect would be able to design and build this in like 30 minutes, but i was thinking someone could give it a try...im working on it too! Thanks in advance Hedzup456
Topic by hedzup456 8 years ago
I am a student from Canada and I enjoy math physics and logic in general, some programs have a specialized 1st year so I'm wondering which discipline would be most useful in terms of enjoyment career options and pay. So far I'm leaning towards Mechatronics at Waterloo and Mechanical at UBC and Queens (for those of you familiar with Canadian Universities)
Question by ducktape1 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
From Science News:A fossilized skeleton of what researchers are calling a walking seal has been uncovered in the Canadian Arctic. The remains of this previously unknown mammal could shed light on the evolution of pinnipeds, the group that includes seals, sea lions and walruses, researchers report in the April 23 Nature.Read the whole article, which includes the re-articulated skeleton (about 65% complete!) as well as reconstructions of the land-dwelling pinniped's appearance.
Topic by kelseymh 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Okay, I needed to buy some parts to build one of those huge Jeopardy tables with the buttons and the lights and all the little wazooos. However, I can only find RobotShop.com that has those huge 100mm push buttons, and they also have a arduino relay shield i want. Anyone ever buy from them before? How is their service and shipping response? I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE ANY HELP CAUSE THE CANADIAN STATION HAD SOME BAD REVIEWS
Question by SteamOh 6 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I had an idea. If I invite a few friends round and persuade one of them to bring their HQ camera, I can do some decent filming. I am basically making a 5 minute long video based on CoD 4: MW. I am thinking of using 12 characters on 3 teams (4 per team, if you can't count very well). On these teams, I am thinking: Team 1 The Jamalam (Leader and mid range assault) Dj Radio (Scouter, close assault) Viccieb.1993 (Sniper) Killer~SafeCracker (Oodammo specialist) Team 2 Trauts (Leader, assault) I am Canadian (Heavy Canadian weapons guy) Lowney (Sniper) TheDunkis (Oodammo specialist) Team 3 ZOMGMYGUNSHOOT999999FTSRSLYLOL (Leader, Assaulter) I ARE NOT GRAMER USE CORECT BUT NO1 CAREZ (Assaulter) IAMBETTERTHANMEPAINSRSLYLOL (Sniper) 999999999999999999999999999989 (Tube and stick specialist) This will take place in a large park, obviously using k'nex guns. This will be filmed partly through method acting (ie, an actual knex war will take place for part of the day). But the rest will have a script. Any ideas will be appreciated :) (btw, TEAM3 WINZ!!111!11)
Topic by The Jamalam 9 years ago
Here's another chap with a car that runs on compressed air.He's got more potential than past attempts, though - F1 engineering background, large backer, neat trick for extending range.The video and Previous BBC "airing"Canadian news articleCritical article from Oil Drum (Australian energy site)Oil Drum: part 2Air Car siteEDIT (MORE REFERENCES)Another BBC articleMDI Engineering site (they make the engines)Tata Motors (who plan to build the car)
Topic by Kiteman 11 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Here's a story with a great moral to it. If you're observant, then you can come up with a brilliant solution to a problem. And it doesn't matter if you went to a fancy design school for it or just need to solve a problem. Canadian pig farmer Mary Haugh had a problem; multiple heart attacks put her husband out of commission, and she alone had to somehow control and herd their 3,000 hogs through the barn. Traditional methods of getting pigs to move are to use a stick, an electric prod or a "chase board," a length of wood the farmer wields horizontally to angle the pigs in a particular direction.Haugh then came up with a roller that dispenses a swath of red cloth--a sort of farm version of the retractable "lane guides" that movie theaters use. Working with her brother Peter Jones, a mechanical engineer, she developed a 30-pound stainless steel prototype that retracted fabric like a windowshade and could unspool 50 feet of material. The pair also designed it so one end could attach to existing stabling, enabling one-person operation.The resulting product rolls up neatly, can easily be carried and deployed by one person, and meets Canadian standards for biosecurity as it can be washed with the pressure washers most farmers already own to clean other equipment. More importantly, it works far better than anything that came before it--testing trials reveal it saves 70% of the time needed to herd hogs, which translates to hours per week. link
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hope you can make it! Got Craft? Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Royal Canadian Legion - 2205 Commercial Drive, Vancouver British Columbia Admission: $2.00 (kids are free) Website: http://www.gotcraft.com Vancouver's largest indie craft fair kicks off Spring with 50 local and handmade vendors. There will be giveaways, live demostrations and a DIY table hosted by Spool of Thread Sewing Lounge to make your own crafts. First 30 receive a free handmade swag bag filled with goodies. For more information and a full list of participating vendors, please visit our website at http://www.gotcraft.com.
Topic by gotcraft 9 years ago
What kind of speaker system do you have? Doesn't matter if it's computer speakers or concert stacks :p Me: -Kenwood 1060vr surround amp 110 watts per channel - 550watts -Technics tower speakers, twin woofer mutual effect system, 230 watts each Mirage nano sub (canadian made) with ribbed foam surround (clean sounding!) - 300 watts I still have yet to get the rear channels set up, but it's useless without the remote as you need it to turn the surround channels on *has pissed off look*. Anyone have a kenwood 1060vr remote??
Topic by Punkguyta 11 years ago | last reply 10 years ago