Today's science lesson

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that's pretty darn nifty! lol :bigsmile:
maybe not for the prison guards *though* lol :hide:


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That is pretty niffy although I've never been in prison but do know jails will not let you have batteries. Although will try to remeber this when my bic runs out. ha!
 

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The liquid like properties of dry sand.
 
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what fun!!! :bigsmile:

maybe yours wasn't dry enough, MT? :thinking:

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I have never played in sand that dry, but I have failed to build sand castles in sand that was too dry.
 

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Ok... everyone knows how to get the egg INTO the bottle... but get it back out?

 
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Would you like a brief demonstration (and description) of the interaction between magnets, electricity and superconductors?

 
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Or how about using water to light a match?

 
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That was VERY interesting. Although physics was my main subject many years ago, I have never heard of the Magnus Effect before. I can see that having many applications, so I intend to learn more about it.
 
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