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Old 09-21-2006, 02:13 PM
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Default yep, science fair coming up

well, i like dealing with fire, but when i turned my idea for a project on that, she said it was too dangerous, but i would like for it would be something about fire... then again long as it has to do with physics, it doesnt matter.
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Old 09-21-2006, 03:31 PM
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try this:

what material is beter for insulation.....

you can try different materials and maybe if you really want to

play with fire but becareful, you know that old saying

"Play with fire, and you get burnt"
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Exclamation exactly

thats what my first choice was, but she said that that was too dangerous. but, what exactly am i insulating, like should i insulate an ice cube, and see what materials work for that???
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I would try insulatin a wax candle. If you make marks all around the candle, it will give you a measurable peice of data on how far it melted. I would not suggest an ice cube because it would melt on its own anywaay.
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those are some good one, anymore???
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