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If your answer to every question is 42.  If you can quote the three laws of Robotics.  If you want to say “my precious” every time you see a gold band. Then this list is for y…

If your answer to every question is If you can quote the three laws of Robotics. If you want to say “my precious” every time you see a gold band. Then this list is for y…

If your answer to every question is 42.  If you can quote the three laws of Robotics.  If you want to say “my precious” every time you see a gold band. Then this list is for y…

If your answer to every question is If you can quote the three laws of Robotics. If you want to say “my precious” every time you see a gold band.

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The Bett Mobil is a smartly designed add-on that transforms the Volkswagen Multivan into a full-fledged camper. The slide-out bedroom fits inside the tailgate and takes only a few minutes to set up, yielding a 53.5 x 78.7-inch sleeping area when finished. The wash area module features a sink with a 20-liter fresh water tank, 10-liter waste water tank, 50-liter compressor fridge, and storage compartment for a camping toilet

The Bett Mobil is a smartly designed add-on that transforms the Volkswagen Multivan into a full-fledged camper. The slide-out bedroom fits inside the tailgate and takes only a few minutes to set up, yielding a x sleeping area when finished.

Paul Steinhardt of Princeton University has proposed a "Ekpyrotic Model" of the Universe that describes our current universe as arising from a collision of two three-dimensional worlds (branes) in a space with an extra (fourth) spatial dimension. The proposal is interesting in and of itself, but also because it is the precu...See More — with August Depner.  Unlike ·  · Share

Paul Steinhardt of Princeton University has proposed a "Ekpyrotic Model" of the Universe that describes our current universe as arising from a collision of two three-dimensional worlds (branes) in a space with an extra (fourth) spatial dimension. The prop