Zonk from the can't-find-what-you-don't-look-for dept.
mresolver writes "We've discussed it in previousyears, and now the world's largest scavenger hunt at the University of Chicago has returned. The event may be best known for the working breeder reactor students built for the 1999 hunt. This year, some of the 330 list items (PDF) include 3-D (and 4-D) Twister, a hand-built Theremin, a recreation of the Moon landing, the world's largest Newton's Cradle, and hyperbolic crocheting."
A method of solution is perfect if we can forsee from the start,
and even prove, that following that method we shall attain our aim.