Isn't a miniature version of a large ball of twine just a ball of twine?
May 26, 2004 6:44 PM   Subscribe

World's Largest Collection of World's Smallest Versions of World's Largest Things. If you need that explained, you're in luck. Consider it the ying to this thread's yang.
posted by jon_kill (8 comments total)
So if quantum mechanics only works with small things, and classical mechanics applies only to big things, then this collection should give us the long anticipated Theory of Everything.
posted by Pretty_Generic at 7:02 PM on May 26, 2004

" an interactive mobile environment..." I'll say. You can literally smell the pot smoke coming out of that car.
posted by Keyser Soze at 7:43 PM on May 26, 2004

Keyser, that's you. Put it out ;)
posted by carter at 7:58 PM on May 26, 2004

It is not surprising, as a native Kansan, that this comes out of Kansas.
So little to do, so much time.
posted by mtevis at 9:37 PM on May 26, 2004

Consider it the ying to this thread's yang.
Hey, the Mefi Swap mix I just sent out was titled "Yin/Yang". Spooky.

Also, I love the description of the curator. I wonder if she's ever met Wile E. Coyote at a convention or something?

Neat post. Many thanks.
posted by Johnny Assay at 9:41 PM on May 26, 2004

Through her travels, she has written a Graduate thesis titled "Driving Around Looking at Big Things While Thinking About Spam"

What school was that? I've been meaning to go back to school to earn my masters.
posted by milnak at 11:00 PM on May 26, 2004

This is very neat. I wish there were more pictures.

Also, the Challenger Start kits make me giggle.
posted by jacquilynne at 7:52 AM on May 27, 2004

Well, this demonstrates the value of specialization, I guess.
posted by troutfishing at 9:58 AM on May 27, 2004

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