Skip to comments.How they light the 2012 Chanukah Menorah at Technion University (Israel's MIT)
Posted on 12/09/2012 1:25:05 PM PST by dennisw
Published on Nov 25, 2012
Technion students Eyal Cohen and Tomer Wassermann from the Mechanical Engineering faculty and Matan Orian and Dvir Dukhan of Industrial Engineering and Management take on the challenge to build a Rube Goldberg machine that lights the Chanukah menorah. Hanukkah is the holiday of miracles and here is another one.
WATCH BEHIND THE SCENES (the making of the film):
Eyal Cohen and Matan Orian are winners of the annual Technion Dr. Bob's TechnoBrain competition, supported by Dr. Robert Shillman in memory of Technion student Neev-Ya Durban.
The film was made in the Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics Laboratory in the William Davidson Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management
VIDEO IS HERE>>>>
Chappy Chanukah! :)
that’s what I always say!!! And Merry Christmas!
But why torch a perfectly GOOD Sesame bagel? LOL!
Wow! I have been deprived. Mein Rosshishe Schviger never gave me one of THOSE! Mmmm MMMMMM MMMM!
Well, don’t blame her too much. They are actually a Sephardic treat and don’t come from the Ashkenaz tradition. Doesn’t matter much to me, I’ll take something yummy from the Sephardim any time. Their cooking is from heaven!
So THAT’S it!
Her Hebrew pronunciation was weird too. I learned Hebrew from Israeli Tapes and Records and spoke it “modern”. LOL.
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