Circuitry Snacks.

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The hungry geeks at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories have constructed some circuit boards out of sweets and posted the instructions for you. None of the components required the use of the Candyfab 4000, which means you can replicate them in your own kitchen. Link

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hard to see the third color of the resistor values (looks like orange yellow brown to me) that circuit would blink at about 1.4 KHz, which would look like the LED were steady on.

I think they’re 100k which would make the time constant 0.1 s, so a few hertz rate?

You guys are wonderfully geeky!
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hard to see the third color of the resistor values (looks like orange yellow brown to me) that circuit would blink at about 1.4 KHz, which would look like the LED were steady on.
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