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Old 10-11-2006, 03:51 PM
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I need some information on Poprocks/Mentos and diet coke experiment for a friend please.
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i have a project due in a week and i cant find alot of information on the topic(the title). its a good topic, but the way im searching, its not coming out right. Can someone help me?


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where can I find the technology/elctricity projects.
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I am doing this project: [URL="http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/project767_58.html"]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/project767_58.html[/URL] Even though I find it very interesting, I still have some confusion with it. Can somebody please explain exactly what you are supposed to do, and how I won't blow up my house when I burn the methane. Also, where can I get the different gases? Thanks! -Jared
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Methane gas is very hard to get at a young age. How old are you, and tell me what these other chemicals are. Thanks!
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i blew someone up with methane gas once. i was in iraq. it was sweet. there was body parts everywhere. i was so happy cause i felt like i had a cause in this world. i actually blew up a basterd terrerist.

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well, i was kidding but methane gas is really hard to come by. i think u should do something else.
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need urgent help...hv 2 make an environment-friendly physics project(basically a working model)...need ideas...thanx!
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Try this site. I used it for my science project.

[url]www.sciencebuddies.org[/url]

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Hi I need help with a science fair project and I don't want anything to messy or too expensive. Please help me
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