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300 piece Hydrodynamic Building Set makes for an awesome science project

We know that gas is terribly expensive, and will one day be near impossible to find. Such is the case with fossil fuels, as we can’t exactly wait around for thousands upon thousands of years for more gallons of oil to crop up. This is but one reason why learning to use water, wind, and solar power are so important. Hopefully, in the future we will no longer need to rely on a limited supply on fuel that creates greenhouse gases. However, that means that this and our future generations need to be excited about studying those kinds of topics. Seeing as there’s no better way to learn than through play, the 300 piece Hydrodynamic Building Set is the perfect place to start.

Buying this $80 set doesn’t guarantee that future generations will know how to harness the Earth as a fuel source, but it may help your child to become more interested in studying in a topic-related field. If that doesn’t work, it can always just be a fun science fair project. Either way, it’s a fun kit that you will be able to learn from, even if it means the kitchen will be nothing but a giant puddle at the end of it.

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  • In the 60s this was sold by Kenner as the "Hydrodynamic building set". It was accompanied by the "Girder and Panel" and "Bridge and Turnpike set". There was a motorized accessory kit to make cranes, drawbridges, elevators and more. One could build a full city scape with factories, roads, bridges and high rise buildings. The plastic structure pieces were red though with many different type pieces. If I looked long and hard thru' all my old junk there probably are some remnants. I'm gonna go look and relive my early architectural adventures.

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