Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Confessions of a Guilty Conscience

Confession #1-- I wanted to forthrightly divulge that even if Emma had come up with a science fair project with the intent to maim innocent creatures of the earth in a microwave, that she would have been kaboshed within 2 seconds by the approval committee who seem to have an aversion to that sort of thing. 

Confession #2--The picture of the science fair board was hijacked from the Fail blog

Confession #3--The topic of Emma's science fair project was assigned to them by their teacher after they took too long to decide. 

Confession #4--Their exact same project is done by at least 43,209 students across America in any given year.  50 bucks if you can guess what it is.    Here's a hint...it has something to do with something in this post

Confession #5--My hypothesis was not disproved.

Confession #6--I don't have 50 cents in my wallet, yet alone 50 bucks.

 Deanne wins with a perfect guess!



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annalisa said...

hahaha! I'm certainly glad that she did not do the worm project:)

Steve said...

I am so bummed, as I loved the mw worm concept. There are so many directions you could take your hypothesis. Just think about some of the possibilities of using worms
as a scinetific prop!

Oh well, maybe next time.

K said...

I'm guessing that they are either testing laundry detergents or testing gum.

alexandra said...

Seriously, I'm stumped, but I'm guessing it has something to do with the gum.

Momma Nielson said...

So PETA isn't going to show up at your door after all for the harmful and deliberate destruction of worms. Dang, I would have loved to have seen both of those things.

Deanne said...

I was going to guess a volcano (baking soda and vinegar) before I looked at your previous post.

I'm guessing something with the tide and laundry stains?

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