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Solid Lego

make Lego Bricks that are solid
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Solid Lego consists of bricks which use ten times as much material as the conventional light weight plastic variety currently in existence. The new bricks are also much bigger, use recycled plastic, but work in exactly the same way as the current mostly hollow ones.

The reason to do this is to help by way of recycling to use up more of the world's millions of tons of discarded plastic. It won't make a big difference, but Lego is a global brand, and influencer, and others may follow.

xenzag, Jun 01 2019


       Next up, "The Pacific Gyre Lego Ballet" ....
8th of 7, Jun 01 2019

       A simple exchange scheme would see 'old for new'. Lego would market the new recycled plastic version as being a positive decision. In time, all 'old Lego' would be viewed as an 'unpc'.
xenzag, Jun 01 2019

       Plastic injection molding does have physical limits for quality on thickness.
RayfordSteele, Jun 01 2019

       Different densities of brick would add a new dimension in Technic motion. 'Weebles' wobble but they don't fall down' also comes to mind.
wjt, Jun 02 2019

       // 'Weebles' wobble but they don't fall down' //   

       <Notes useful dating information on [wjt]/>   

       <Concludes that Carbon-14 dating doesn't go that far back with any accuracy and Potassium/Argon/Strontium dating will be necessary/>
8th of 7, Jun 02 2019

       <A stirred resonant memory> 'Heavy elements can not be used where there is life' </A stirred resonant memory>
wjt, Jun 02 2019

       Yep, carbon-14 dating is only useful after the subject is done exchanging carbon.
RayfordSteele, Jun 03 2019


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