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Trade Colossus for an XXL Lunar

Hey Y’all!  Any body interested in the trade of the decade?  I’m willing to trade a Colossus for a XXl Lunar or maybeanother large exotic rocket lamp.  LMK!  Cheers, JethroContinue

Started Feb 19, 2019

Clear (transparent) goo??

I've seen some pretty creative stuff in pics.  Does anyone have a source or more pics?JethroContinue

Started May 25, 2015

Mathmos Monster or Magma Tower MT 270?
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If you could, which one would you choose and why?The Magma is larger and seems to have some custom goo available, but Mathmos may have better support and long term market presence.Continue

Tags: tower, magma, monster, Mathmos

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jethro Jan 25, 2013.

Transparent goo??
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Hi,I think the motion inside the goo is almost as interesting as the goo flowing in the lamp.  Seen some fantastic lamps made by you brilliant people using some transparent goo.I'd really like to put…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Gill Feb 13, 2013.


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For lovers of the largest of Lava lamps. Share pics, experiences, modifications, etc.  Mathmos Monster and Magma Tower fans welcome.  Go BIG!See More
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At 8:12am on April 28, 2011, HughesWaveMotionMachinesLLC said…
I have 2 very, very nice original Lava brad waves up for sale on Ebay right now.  7 days left and bidding starts at only a PENNY with no reserve!  Bid often these are going to be in EXTREME demand!  See the attachments for a couple pictures.



At 1:33pm on March 8, 2010, Jethro said…

Yes, i've seen your site and I must say...outstanding work my man!. I've also read many of you comments and appreciate you knowledgable input. I hope to contribute as well.
Cheers, Jethro
At 10:37pm on March 3, 2010, Jethro said…
Hey jerome and other oozers,

I'm a recovering scientist/optical engineer living in Boulder Colorado.. The site was referred to my by Fantasia (Thanks Kris!). I'm very interested in optical toys (lasers, plasma, LEDs, fiber and glitter lava lamps. I frequently create optical art and attend Burning Man type events.

Boulder is a great town for interdiciplinary artist to learn about other fields...art and science (like people) everywhere and folks are eager to share.

I'm currently working on an optical volcano using the "liquid sky" principle.

I also would like to build a giant glitter lava lamp, but I dont want to use the traditional thermal convection priciple. I like the impellar, near neutral boyancy principle used in the mystical glitter lamps...Anybody have a formula/source for the glitter solution?

I'd also light to build a giant fiber lamp that projects a holographic 3D video image of the earth or moon...but I think I'll have to build a reseach lab first.

I've collected many lamps over the years along with meteorites, antique telephones and Apollo astronaut autographs.

Looking forward to being an active and vhopefully valuable part of this community.

At 12:07am on March 3, 2010, Kris said…
That's what I figured :)

Yes, there is a fiber group. You can find it here - http://oozinggoo.ning.com/group/fantasiaproducts
At 5:12pm on March 2, 2010, Modulo '70 said…
Hi 'Jethro' and a warm welcome to Oozing Goo the lava lamp syndicate. Why not tell us more about yourself and your interest in the lava lamp scene. It would be nice to know. With over 2000 worldwide members here, you're bound to get any assistance you may need on various lava lamp issues/queries and of course, do check out some of the great lava lamp collections on display here and some great pictures/videos too. There's always plenty of other cool stuff on other funky lighting like glitter lamps and fiber optic lamps as well. Why not start or contribute towards one of the (usually lava lamp related) discussions here too.

Oh yes, and don't forget the chat function to interact with your fellow lava lamp fans here as well!

Kind regards

Alpha Centauri (Jerome)

At 4:38pm on March 2, 2010, Kris said…
Is this the Jethro I think it is?


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