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drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
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drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info
drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 
It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)
One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.
Hope you like it!
Zoom Info

drownthesun:

I’ve been meaning to post this for ages now, this is a TARDIS bookshelf I made for a school project. 

It about 1.2 meters high, the windows and lamp at the top light up, (the switch and circuitry are inside a hollowed book) as well as having two hidden compartments. (Bigger on the inside!)

One is a draw at the top, accessed by pulling up the lamp, the other is a hidden compartment, accessed using magnets on metal plates inlaid into the draw bottom.

Hope you like it!

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Big Brain Theory: StarTalk Live! at BAM Part 1 This Sunday

If you didn’t attend StarTalk Live! at BAM earlier this year, and somebody told you that the two science guests that evening were Dr. Heather Berlin, an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience & Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Mayim Bialik, who plays neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory, you might be a bit confused, for which you would understandably be forgiven.

But, as Mayim says during Part 1 of “Big Brains at BAM”, “I’m not just a neuroscientist in real life, but I play one on TV.” And she’s got the PhD to prove it.

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