Here is a STEM Worker on the Job
Publication Date: 2013-12-04
Here is the proof that STEM careers are indeed vital to our nation's survival.
In a bravura performance of ingenuity and craftsmanship, physicist David Neevel has invented Oreo Separator Machine #1. You can see how this works --in excruciating detail-- Here.
The Oreo Separator Machine #1--or OSM as Neevel calls it-- is built of scrap aluminum, wood, a hatchet and floss. It includes a hatchet blade, mechanical arms, and a router table.
Surely the millions of people who don't like the creme in the Oreos will be grateful.
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