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

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On this week's Crave, we learn how to build a solar-powered death ray that will melt just about anything. A man gets a Netflix tattoo and only gets a measly one-year subscription for it. And we meet Mr. Stubbs the alligator, the first reptile recipient that we know of to get a prosthetic tail.

They get is Steven hears is having this week on cnet's crave -- An alligator gets the world's first prosthetic tail in this man -- the doing yourself death -- in his own backyard. Mr. Stubbs the alligator from Phoenix Arizona has received the world's first ever prosthetic tail. His own tail was bitten off by another alligator in 2005. Rendering -- unable to swim. Eventually he learned how to swim by dog paddling -- this front arms. Luckily for mr. Stubbs the Phoenix -- ecological society in the -- institute. The center specializing in orthopedic care for humans banded together to craft a new prosthetic tail for the alligator. It's estimated that it may take a few months to break mister steps of his dog paddling -- and until then you'll have to Wear -- device in the water. Fry an egg -- this solar powered backyard death -- Backyard do it yourself for grant Thompson has -- Fresno lands taken from an Apple rear projection TV and turn it into -- 2000 degree death threats. The lens is made of multiple current -- concentric circles. When -- focused -- -- through it is instantly becomes deadly melting pennies igniting would instantly and boiling water within seconds. Please do not try this at home even though that's exactly what grant is doing in this video. Last week on -- -- -- the father of the year award to -- steady 42 for building his son this amazing X wing fighter bunk bed. Will this week father of the year award numbered -- goes to super dad Mike -- -- hacking the classic video game Donkey -- -- his daughter to play as Pauline and rescue Mario. -- three year old daughter is a big Super Mario Brothers two fan and regularly places princess -- -- She didn't understand why Donkey Kong will later do the same so biking to -- dad that he is hacked a Donkey Kong rom. Mikey used to 2010 NES Donkey Kong -- -- regional Mario's frames and swap the college in the wrong yelled to replace that M at the top of the key for Pauline. The Donkey Kong patch is available online for download. YouTube user breast -- produce this amazing video using some water -- speaker blasting sign waves at 24 hurts. In a video camera shooting at point four frames per second. The result is a stunning look at how H two -- reacts to different voice frequencies creating the illusion that the water suspended in mid air. The zigzag waterfall motion it's worth noting is not visible to the naked -- Man gets a Netflix had few and scores -- free year Netflix. -- written Robinson recently tattooed his body with a Netflix logo. He tweeted a picture Netflix in the company respond in its -- no way -- year -- -- of come on Netflix you can you better than that tattoos are for life and that says he looks awfully deserves at least a lifetime subscription Netflix. Parents crowd fund first born child and indigo -- -- to be parents Nicholas and Fannie have launched an indigo go campaign to raise 5500. Dollars to cover the berthing fees of their first child. -- -- -- When the kit arrives that may be one of the first crowd funded berths on the Internet. This -- Veronica Mars movie is the fastest kick starter field campaign ever. The TV show's creator Rob Thomas for the permission of Warner Bros. hoping to kick -- campaign asking for two million dollars to shoot a Veronica Mars movie. Four and a half hours later the project gets -- one million dollar mark -- as of today it's well past two million dollars. So look for a Veronica Mars movie coming soon to a theater near you this car. For years. Because people could. It's memorable entrance and. Hey guys thanks -- watching -- see it every week is always you can find all these news stories at cnet's crave blog -- dot cnet.com while you're there together this week's crave giveaway we're giving way to -- -- -- charge iPhone 5 case and battery go to the blog and enter to win.
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