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Old 11-17-2005, 04:34 AM
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wanting to know how if you really do grow in length by excerise? yoga, swimming, running...
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Well, you could, because if you stretch your bacvk, the bones is longer, which will make you taller. I guess it could, but that is just a theory. Nice question, though!
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All right, i need an idea for a physics project showing motion and forces and i need it by friday. Wahts something i can make with household stuff

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I posted an earlier post but then I saw this thread.I was wondering, do you know where I can find alchol thermometers I really need them for my science fair project. I you could help me, I would be most grateful!!!
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Red face what is lubricate???

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i really need this thingamabob quick before december 15th 2005 not 2006 lol

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ok like i was on your website and like i got what household items can lubricate metal better or faster i really dont remember but i dont know what lubricate means and my science teacher didnt tell me just said that i could do it and left to approve someones elses science project topic

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Ok, I would like to do a science experiment on dancing. Probally on the physics included in it, but I have no idea of what question I can do. I need help finding an experiment and if anyone has any ideas I would greately appreciate it. I am in a 7th grade gifted program so I need something challenging but not to hard thanks a bunch~ muchamour06
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7 Grade Science Project - Which dissolves better in water salt or baking soda?
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any idea y they make us do these science fair projects 4 grades? Imean tons of pressuure. and any idea y parents r making me do something complicated? i mean im mentally challenged 4 crying out loud!
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even though you have to do somethting challenging make sure it's something that you are interested in, you will have more fun and your project will turn out better. heres an idea: make a model grist mill, its complicated and you would have to be good with tools and wood and stuff but it should be fun...if you are interested private message me
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