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Old 10-14-2005, 01:54 PM
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I'm not sure this would work, but what if you used sound waves to simulate the waves caused in an earthquake. Maybe you could blast music under the water using a water proof radio or CD player, or maybe you could hang a radio or CD player so it's speakers faced the water to create waves. I'm not sure if sound waves can move the water, but it's worth the shot, although, I licke Archemy's experiment better!
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by blasting the music, you could see how loud it has to be before it starts to make big waves. You could also use high power fans, and see what speed they need to be at before anything occurs with the water.
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i like sciencefreak's idea...
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hi bernice did you read the above ideas? or visited this site? [url]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/science_fair_projects.php?hidden=1[/url]

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Talk to your child's science teacher for ideas. Many curriculems have tsunami information/experiments within them. Also check you local library, they often have science courses that relate to current events. Hope you find what you're looking for!
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This should be in the featured experiments coloum
 

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