Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Mythbusters for Kids: Sneaky STEM #2

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8 comments:

  1. Taking into account that none of this is my original content, I'll accept your statement and add it to my ever-growing list of delusional self-affirmations:)

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  2. Your meme and GIF finding ability is always spectacular. I have to say that I think this post has been my favorite though. Thank you for making me laugh in my 80 degree office! Also... cool program. Proud of you.

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  3. I'll be incorporating some of these into my summer lunch bunch series. Thank you for the step by step. It really helps this programming amateur!

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  4. I'm in a pinch to find a replacement teen program for summer reading this year and your post is a life-saver! Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Out of curiosity, what was the results of the buttered toast myth? Was it convincing one way or the other?

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    1. Funnily enough, our toast cracked in half as soon as it hit the ground!

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