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Lava Lamps

Lava lamps have been around in the United States since the late 60's, early 70's, but it may had been heard of before that in other places around the world. While it is possible to build your own at home, it can be expensive and somewhat complicated, and involves combining many different series of chemicals together. This may be right up your ally if you're a biologist or like watching sci-fi; as the design of the lamp is almost like a scientific experiment.

For the rest of us who would just like to marvel at this feat of nature instead of actually knowing what goes into creating it, you've come to the right spot.

Below we have some stylish looking lava lamps available for your viewing pleasure.

Lava Lamps On Sale

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