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Have fun while learning with outdoor science projects




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January 4, 2011 | 1,835 views | 1 comment

If you think science happens only in a laboratory, you’ve got to get out more. The great outdoors is filled with opportunities to learn about the laws of physics, chemistry, aerodynamics and more. And you don’t need expensive or fancy equipment to take advantage of them. Just check out the amazing experiments that follow. All it takes to pull them off is a few household supplies, some scientific curiosity and a little piece of the world outside your front door. . . .

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Charles Sitz  
Floresville, TX  
March 7, 2011 5:54pm
 
Congress has refused to allow Frank Buckles, who was the last living veteran of World War I, to lie in state in the rotunda of the U.S. capitol. Apparently they think that honor should only be bestowed on the privileged class. ... More ›

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