World’s Slowest Rube Goldberg Device

Comic diagram of a Rube Goldberg device

Comic diagram of a Rube Goldberg deviceThis Rube Goldberg device, created by artist/engineer/inventor Bob Partington, takes over 6 weeks to move a golf ball. Smithsonian magazine tells us: “…Partington’s device ferries a golf ball through a roundabout course using melting popsicles, a tortoise, a stream of molasses and even the slow push of growing grass. The entire process took six weeks, three days, seven hours and two minutes.”

This Extremely Slow Rube Goldberg Device Lasts More Than Six Weeks.


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