TJ--I agree but then I was absolutely fascinated by the complexity. I would love to know the thought processes that went in to the planning phase of the project. LEGO must really love this one. It has to be a hit just about anywhere viewed. I don't do the U-Tube or Face Book thing but has the video been shown on these two social outlets? Any one know?
Rob, it has gone viral because my four year old grandson has watched it now about 2 million times!! Seriously, he's fascinated with it and after about the 30th viewing I thought I'd had enough — but I still find myself stopping as I walk by and watching with amazement at the contraption. Such creativity. But we have renamed some sections of it "Archimedes Screw 1, 2, etc." :)
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