|"Dressed for intense classroom action, this Albert Einstein Action Figure stands with a piece of chalk in his hand, poised to explain relativity or do battle with the forces of entropy. Fits in nicely with any office, cube or dorm decor and features realistic disheveled hair! [...] |
Sure he might not have been able to fly, breathe underwater or emit spider webs from his wrist - but he could melt your mind in a heartbeat with just a single attempt at explaining the Universe to you. Now that's power!
Your Albert Einstein action figure measures 5-1/4" (13.3 cm) tall and is made out of hard vinyl. Illustrated blistercard included!"
As seen on ThinkGeek.com
Wow, physicists action figures, this is an idea with potential! I am thinking Lisa Croft and the Nima Turtles, heroically fighting the instabilities of warped passages and infrared catastrophes!
ThinkGeek.com has the largest selection of things the world doesn't need I've ever seen. Like Great Scientists Finger Puppets ('They also feature a magnet sewn into their brains, so [...] you can literally put their heads together for an all night brainstorming session'), Caffeinated Soap ( 'each bar of Shower shock contains approximately 12 servings/showers per 4 ounce bar' ) , or Collapsible Chopsticks ('The white ash used to make the wooden tips comes from recycled baseball bats'). My favourite is a knife holder called 'The Ex' ( "Overall, we'd say The Ex Knife Set is very cutting edge!" )
You also shouldn't miss this important insight into Einstein's Dreams.