Audri`s Rube Goldberg Monster Trap

Submitted by: Matwix_2004 4 years ago Science

This is 7-year-old Audri. He built a Rube Goldberg machine monster trap.
There are 26 comments:
Male 411
I feel bad for the kid because his name is Audri. Good luck with the imminent bullying, hopefully it doesn`t ruin him.
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Male 1,586
I loved this kid!! Good for him for finding something he`s passionate about.
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Male 2,424
ugh kids these days, why dont you go play some xbox like a good boy... hmmm?
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Male 2,737
Shut up you heavy breathing fat bastard. Just let it ride!
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Female 6,381
I love the kid`s creativity, but you have to wonder if maybe he`s spending a little too much time in his room instead of getting some exercise..
(signed)
Voice of Experience
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Male 1,204
Awesome to see a kid do something other than play video games.
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Female 737
Loved it! When my sons that age, I hope he has the same passion to create.
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Male 770
I love Rube-Golberg machines. The more steps the better.
And bonus Tom & Jerry points for using a toaster.
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Female 26
This is my favorite kid. Ever.
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Male 3,061
Tom & Jerry would be proud.
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Male 550
That kid is awesome!
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Male 2,143
Awesome. A kid who accomplished something without a video game. This kid (And others like him) are our best hope for a future that doesn`t suck! Bravo for thinking!
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Male 7,123
I misread that and thought he had built it from a seven year old Audi. That would have been impressive, but good for him anyway.
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Male 25,416
These are always awesome!
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Female 357
Good for him.
Sidenote: THIS is who`s buying Fushigi balls.
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Male 392
You know, I enjoy watching Rube Goldberg machine videos. It`s fun to see how everything unfolds.

What I don`t like? Is an over long video of the moron who made it explaining every single step all the way to the end, and then setting it off.

I don`t give a **** how it works. I`ll see how it works when you set the damn thing off. Get on with it. We could cut a 5 or 10 minute video down if you just bloody start the damn thing.
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Male 2,375
Exactly how was it obvious he was getting help?
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Male 10,440
[quote] What have you done today? [/quote]
I read a paper on the effects of waves on floating breakwaters.

It was pretty obvious that he was getting lots of help from someone, and there is nothing wrong with that.

...but I built a rube goldberg machine in 3rd grade for school and I didn`t get help from anyone. It`s not that hard, IMO. So I`m not lowering my standards.
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Female 51
You can tell the kid really enjoyed what he was interested in. He did a great job with or without help!
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Male 1,311
Young Liam, what happened to his great scientific mind?
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Male 2,375
That kid`s going to be president someday.
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Male 169
Good God! He is the reincarnation of Mason Reese, the deviled ham kid from the 70`s!
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Male 340
Who poo in your cereal Lazy guy? The fact that this little kid could articulate better than 50% of 18 year olds out there is impressive in itself.
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Male 959
Oh, give over LazyMe484. What have you done today?

I thought that was great. A seven year old understanding what a hypothesis is for a start. Great kid, fun project
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Male 10,440
That was not very impressive.

[quote] He built... [/quote]

I doubt it. Who do you think is holding the camera?
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Male 2,551
Link: Audri`s Rube Goldberg Monster Trap [Rate Link] - This is 7-year-old Audri. He built a Rube Goldberg machine monster trap.
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