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It's.... a pneumatic tabletop geyser.

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Uploaded on Feb 28, 2010

I know it's hideous... it's just a proof of concept. I had an idea stuck in my head for some way to raise the humidity in my house, and "water features" do very well but tend to die horribly if they run dry.

How to make a water feature with as few cheap moving parts as possible? This is a jar, some scrap brass tube (I could have used a straw), and a cut-up plastic cup held together with hot glue. Actually, everything that's not glass or tube is made of cut-up plastic cup and hot glue. Did I mention it was hideous? It worked too well... spat water EVERYWHERE, hence the test tube 'muffler'.

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