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Old 04-10-2006, 05:38 PM
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Hey, thanks for the info..but i'm having yet another problem.
i cant think of a good expiriment..i only have one swirling in my mind..but i cannot grasp it...

i'm think of buying like, uh. a few packs of pespsi. i would call the pespsi Co. and ask them how much caffiene is in it. i would record that data. then i would get 4 friends over, and give one 0 things of pop, one 1 thing of pop, third 2 things of pop, and the 4th 3 things of pop. I would have each one in a serperate aream and i would see how they do, how they react, and how exactly the caffiene is effecting them. I would also check there blood pressure and there pulse...if i had the equiptment....

i think i missed some stuff....Ideas?
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Old 04-11-2006, 09:43 AM
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I didn't know that coffe could affect you!! Great info Ginner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and Caboose38924. Good luck with the project!!!
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Old 04-12-2006, 06:50 PM
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anything...oh man, i'm screwed >.<. Well, i guess i'll improvise...*cough*
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Hi there!

You might want to check our forums for previous projects on coke vs. pepsi, as well as caffeine.

Happy easter!
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Old 04-15-2006, 11:03 AM
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yeah well the project is ok but like what are u going to do about the research part like what are u going to do it on? and how are u going to test it i am just wondering!
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Above was my idea, i'm asking for a more finished project, becouse it has gaps.
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i'll do that, is there a search function here?
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Old 04-24-2006, 03:14 PM
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Man, i'm dead >.<. Project's due wednesday. i guess i'll have to try my expiriment and hope the dinks dont lower my grade 2 much, but thanks anyways for the help you gave me .
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