If you listen hard enough, you can hear the distinctive bubbling whir of the Jetsons' family car.
About this creation
If, like me, you were a small child in the late 70's and early 80's, you may also remember how impossibly far-off the 21st century sounded. It was the realm of science fiction. When I was around five, I fully believed that by the time I was in my thirties I could be living in a Lunar or Martian colony and whizzing around in my flying car.
Well, I'm in my thirties now and I know better. WE WILL NEVER HAVE FLYING CARS!!! Humans have demonstrated beyond a doubt their inability to drive properly in two dimensions, without adding a third. If you are still young enough to hold out hope of someday owning a flying car, my advice to you is to give up that dream now and build one in Lego. It's as close as you'll ever come.
Sorry you had to hear it like this, kids. Tune in next week at this time, when I'll be debunking the tooth fairy.
No, he means quark as in sub-sub-atomic particles. Otherwise known as the sub atomic particle that makes up a sub atomic particle.
Anyways, this is nice. Small, easy to bully, and it'll crush like a tin can! Ah yes: the modern car.
nice, simple build. one question though.... quark? like the annoying little Ferengi from Star Trek: DS9? i hope not...that would be a horrible namesake, though it would be destined for profit! (if anybody who reads this knows what I'm talking about, give yourself a cookie)