#1
ok heres the deal, we got a month to get together a science project

lets see what this pits got? This should be fun...
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#2
The effects of ra....

Volcano?
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#7
Homemade Large Hadron Collider!
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#10
Will a guitar's string guage affect its sustain time?

Do that.
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#11
see if different genres of music playing to the seed during germination effect the speed or growth of weed plants, but in order to take my idea I demand atleast half of the product...
#12
antfarm ftw
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#13
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Get your hands on a blender, some DAB, some nitrocellulose paper and some other stuff and perform chromatography in an immunobinding assay.

Or, just get some whiskey(any old sh*t as long as it's >50%), some salt water and some detergent, and isolate DNA in seconds. Of course, you won't be able to DO anything with it, but you can see it if you didn't screw it up.
Alternatively, get a ruler, a bar of chocolate and a microwave oven, and use them(and and the relationship between wavespeed, frequency and wavelength) to work out the speed of light. You'd be surprised how accurate you can be with that shoddy equipment.
#14
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Or, just get some whiskey(any old sh*t as long as it's >50%), some salt water and some detergent, and isolate DNA in seconds. Of course, you won't be able to DO anything with it, but you can see it if you didn't screw it up.
Alternatively, get a ruler, a bar of chocolate and a microwave oven, and use them(and and the relationship between wavespeed, frequency and wavelength) to work out the speed of light. You'd be surprised how accurate you can be with that shoddy equipment.


You COULD put the whiskey/DNA mix in a bucket and spin around REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEALLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYYYY FAST and separate the mixture into fractions.
#15
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You COULD put the whiskey/DNA mix in a bucket and spin around REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEALLLLLLLLLLLLLYYYYYYYY FAST and separate the mixture into fractions.

Yea, but then you need a bucket. I'm trying to do science on a shoestring here. The bucket is needless expense.