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Old 01-01-2006, 06:35 PM
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My Project is due on 1/7/06 and i need a good topic maby on solar power or anything else but it has 2 be good and easy. and it has 2 be on electricity thanks alot
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it has to be on electricity? well okay what about conducting electricity? look through the forums and there is a thread about a lighting detector thing-a-ma-bob.
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how solar panels attract sunlight and turn it into power?
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Try seeing how many volts of electricty that you can put through different brands of wire before they blow a fuse. That could be dangerous though.
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Try seeing how many volts of electricty that you can put through different brands of wire before they blow a fuse. That could be dangerous though.
not really, i did in school. my whole class did. just make sure to not touch the wire. somebody almost got shoved into it.lol. btw you should do like the size=, like steel wool.lol.
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