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Seti the Alien Polydi has landed on earth.  You can learn more about the Seti Polydi at http://www.polydi.com/Collections/Biography/18-Seti/Seti-Biography.html 

#Nasa   #aliens   #spaceexploration   #space  

Please note that this toy is in no way related to the SETI Institute.  To learn more about that organization please visit http://www.seti.org/
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Spinning dice trick.  Polydi spinning into a paper towel tube, lifted into the air and placed into a tubular ramp and continues spinning down the ramp.  Fun dice games...
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We previously posted a link to this card trick video on Youtube.  Now, we are adding it to our video section here on Google+.

http://www.polydi.com/Rules/Single-Player/Card-Chaos/Polydi-Card-Chaos-game-rules.html
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Can you SEE the new PAX6 Polydi toy?  

PAX6 is our new blue eye Polydi.

You can learn more about him at http://www.polydi.com/Collections/Biography/17-PAX6/PAX6-Biography.html 
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Aristotle Polydi is pictured below.  So, how do we come to the name Aristotle from a smiley face image?  

Aristotle taught things that we normally hold to be valuable, such as wealth, intelligence, and courage, are valued only in relation to other things, rather than being valued on their own, and that happiness is the only thing valuable in isolation.  It is not one swallow or one fine day that makes a spring, so it is not one day or a short time that makes a man blessed and happy.  Aristotle was convinced that a genuinely happy life required the fulfillment of a broad range of conditions, including physical as well as mental well-being. 

In our opinion, it is good for children to always be happy.  We hope that our Aristotle Polydi will help make them happy.

Smiles = Happy
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In addition to Aristotle and Seti, we may introduce PAX6 this weekend.  Can you guess what Aristotle, Seti, and PAX6 will look like?
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Why is Aristotle more important than Plato and Socrates?  Well, I do not want to get into a philosophical debate so I will give you the short answer.  The reason that Aristotle is more important is the fact that the world is about to be graced with an Aristotle Polydi.  Yes, it is true the a Polydi name Aristotle will be presented later today or tomorrow.  You may also get your first glimpse at Seti.  
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Ultra rare toy collectors should be happy to know that we have received samples yesterday from our updated plastic mold that includes the word Patented at the bottom of the Polydi.  This makes the original version that stated "pat pend" much more rare.  We only produced a few hundred samples with the "pat pend" version.  By the way, it stands for Patent Pending.  Polydi is now officially patented so we updated the mold.
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We created a new spinning Polydi game today.  It is called Polydi Card Chaos.  In summary, you spin the Polydi than pick it up with cards while it continues to spin.  You can then place the spinning toy back on the table or move it to another card.  This technique can also be used to move the Polydi into another spinning trick.  Information about the game will be posted soon on our website.
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Polydi breaking out of the ice.
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