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Old 11-29-2005, 04:23 PM
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Wink egg drop

i've come to this discussion late, however, a snippet of "useless information" that is lodged at the back of what passes for a brain in my case, gives me the notion that if you are trying for an unbroken drop record, you could try soaking the egg in vinegar for a while prior to the drop , apparently this softens the shell to such an extent that a whole normal sized egg can be inserted unbroken into a milk bottle I would assume that an egg would possibly be soft enough to bounce at the end of a quite considerable drop
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Very interesting, Peter. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
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then could the egg drop be a fluke? with the egg drop of a few meters above golf cours ground?
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Wink egg drop

There is no mention of the contents in the egg . In this case suppose you use a pin prick and remove the contents of the egg then wonder what will happen . Maybe you succeed to drop this egg from the Eiffel tower but I think it will not break. . If this does not work then prick a hole on the other side of the empty egg and the air will go through making it float in the container while it drops.
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i'm in 6th gade and i need help no what i should look up as resourses for this project.


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[/QUOTE] I got a great idea that worked really well. I took a soccer ball filled it with cotton. Not coton balls but cotton strips like a towel. It is really soft u can find it in the arts and crafts. Well i took the soccerball cut a x in it and stuffed it halfway with cotton. Placed the egg in and filled it all the way up. Then i made a parachute out of plastic throwdown. I cut 4 holes in eac sie of the soccer ball, strung it through and tied a knot. Then i took the other end and tied it to each end of the parachute. This is a great experiment using newtons 3 laws of motion. You need soft material packed tight. I got a 110 on my test grade because it was good idea, try it.
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Why don't you just stick to science related posts?
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Im in fifth grade and I'm doing the egg drop project. What hieght should I use?

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