What is conclusion for glowing water science project

Once I even saw some school science-fair rules which banned three projects: baking soda volcanoes, papier-mache solar system models, ...and tinfoil electrostatic pop-bottle motors!

for glowing water science fair project

9/25/99 Added 9/25/99 Added 09/20/99 Added and 09/18/99 Added 09/17/99 Added 09/08/99 Added 09/08/99 Added VDG WEIRDNESS: 09/01/99 Added 09/01/99 Added 09/01/99 Added 08/29/99 Added 07/30/99 Added 06/27/99 Added 06/15/99 Added 05/28/99 Started a new discussion group for Amateur Science: 05/17/99 Boston Globe article: 05/13/99 Added to Microwave oven page 05/13/99 Old file that I never put on miscons page: 04/14/99 Started an [UNDER CONST.] 04/12/99 More about [STILL UNDER CONST.] 03/30/99 Added 03/25/99 Added 02/25/99 Added 02/15/99 Updated (untried, suggested experiments.) 02/05/99 Added 02/05/99 Worked on 02/04/00 Added 02/02/99 Added column at SciAm magazine 01/31/99 Added 01/30/99 Added more "abhorrence" to 01/22/99 Added 01/21/99 Added 01/18/99 Added a couple of Torsion-waves papers to page.

salt water or sugar water science project

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