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I have seen a few people who use diet cola loaded with Mentos to create fountains on Mythbusters. Talk about an outdoor project! Basically we're talking about nucleation sites on the Mentos. You will get much faster nucleation with steel wool, and a considerably bigger mess. Activated charcoal ...

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Do a science fair project involving MEXICAN JUMPING BEANS! Seriously, they are so much fun, and they are so educational. Everyone loves Mexican jumping beans. You could do something like, "why do Mexican jumping beans jump?" or "do Mexican jumping beans really jump?". And now you can buy Mexican ...

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Search online. Ehow's instructions on how to do it is already given to you Eric :P

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One of the best science fair projects you will do is to show the effect of proper land cultivation. Show the toxic buildup of pyrogens and nematodes in the soil by using manure, and show how EPA-approved fertilizers minimize these pests while maximizing the production of your farm. Face it, you ...

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