Site Closing:


Hi guys,


Gav and I have decided that it's no longer economic to keep SupernaturalUFO running so there won't be any new articles from today except on Twitter. We've both been funding the site out of our own pockets since we began 5 years ago to give our readers the best reading experience and we're against advertising so bottom line is, we're closing down.


We'd like to personally thank our readers, contributors and anyone else who has been involved with the site, your input has been invaluable in us publishing nearly twenty thousand news articles.


If anybody has any questions, queries or simply wants to keep in touch, I can be contacted at Kurhah@Hotmail.co.uk and Gav at gavin@supernaturalufo.com


If you're interested in potentially taking over the site and its content then please contact gavin@supernaturalufo.com


Thanks guys, you've been awesome!!


Chris & Gav


LEGO Ball Clock

A custom designed working ball clock built entirely using LEGO parts. For those that have noticed, no it does not keep accurate time in the video. I just wanted to show off the mechanical components of the clock. In the video it is running off of a standard LEGO 9V motor, which ends up picking up a ball every 55 seconds. In order to keep accurate time, an actual timing motor/controller has to be used. This could be easily done using the LEGO mindstorms system [More]

Video credit: Jason Allemann

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