Science: Chemistry
Dragon Burners   (+9, -1)  [vote for, against]
Take that magnesium! Mweh heh heh heh heh...

A bunsen burner that is in the shape of a dragon, with the dragons open mouth pointing to the ceiling, with fire coming out, so it looks like it's alive. Maybe I could put in metal eyes, so that when it gets hot enough, the eyes glow.
-- froglet, Mar 09 2005

Kinda like this? [contracts, Mar 09 2005]

Much as I applaud the use of the much under-used dragon in an idea. Is there really any point to this?
-- hidden truths, Mar 09 2005

There isn't any point to this, I just thought that it would be nice to burn stuff in chemistry with what looks like a dragon.
-- froglet, Mar 09 2005

[hidden truths]: There's not much point to half-baked inventions in general.
-- bristolz, Mar 09 2005

[contracts] Yeah, kinda like that, except bunsen-burner sized, with a curled-up dragon, with it's tail round its body, looking up, and when the bunsen gets turned on, its eyes glow and it looks like its spitting out flames...

[bris] I thought this would lighten up any mad scientists lab any day, you could even have them in different styles (if anyones read 'The Fire Within', they'll know what i mean.)
-- froglet, Mar 09 2005

Would need the accompanying pointy hat and dark cloak with alchemical symbols chemist's attire.
-- Soterios, Mar 09 2005

Nice, but of no use to me. Now if you could make replacement burners for gas stoves...
-- wagster, Mar 09 2005

you mean those coily things? Why not make them in the shape of snakes, with scales an stuff, it shouldn't be too difficult to decorate an already-existing one - hey, that shall be my next stupid idea, although it has no use whatsoever (kinda like this invention...)
-- froglet, Mar 09 2005

[Froglett], those 'coily things' are ELECTRIC "burners".

Neat idea.
-- my-nep, Mar 09 2005

random, halfbakery