“I want the universe.”
I looked down at the Junior Science Villain and marveled at his ambition. You just don’t see that kind of drive in a four year old. It really is impressive and adorable. But I felt it was my duty to tone down his plans to something a bit more manageable. Walk before you run and all that.
So I tussled his hair and gave him some wisdom. “Have you thought about starting a little smaller? You need to take the long term goal of taking over the universe and chop it down into smaller, more attainable goals. Maybe a small country or a U.S. state.”
The Young Evil Genius let out a sigh and gave me the You Are A Stupid Adult Look. He grabbed my hand and lead me to the computer. He guided the browser to The Particle Zoo and showed me what he was talking about.
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This time however they have gone from the sub-molecular to the cosmological with The Universe. I should say that if you getting this for normal children and not super-genii, you might want to wait until they’re about five or so as the ‘stars’ and googly eyes might detach and cause a problem. Still, you can’t beat buying a universe for less than $10, plus shipping. And it’s money well spent to keep yourself on a young evil genius’ good side.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]