Crave Ep. 113: Hot! A homemade solar death ray

This week, we learn how to build a solar-powered death ray that melts almost anything. A guy gets a Netflix tattoo, but only a one-year free subscription for it. And we meet an alligator with a prosthetic tail.


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Backyard tinkerer Grant Thompson teaches us how to build a solar-powered death ray. A man gets a Netflix tattoo for life and only gets a measly one-year subscription for it. Plus, we meet Mr. Stubbs the alligator, the first reptile (that we know of, at least) to receive a prosthetic tail. Donation came from the Phoenix Herpetological Society and the Core Institute.

Crave stories:

- Alligator's new prosthetic tail works swimmingly

- Fry an egg with a solar-powered backyard death ray

- Dad hacks Donkey Kong so daughter can save Mario

- Amazing illusion: Watch water flow like never before

- Man gets Netflix tattoo, scores free year of Netflix

- Parents crowdfund firstborn child on Indiegogo

- 'Veronica Mars' movie is fastest-growing Kickstarter film campaign

- Lego machine makes, launches paper airplanes

- Crave giveaway: iKit NuCharge iPhone 5 case and battery

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