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I added soft raisins in step 12. My kids rarely agree on what's tasty and/or inedible. This is a recipe they can all agree on. Delicious. The raisins really finished it off! (according to them). Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks! Glad I could return the inspiration!! (FYI; due to the cactus' 'spikes' I had sew it all by hand, be warned! But the result was well worth the effort :) )
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turned out a little big. Great inspiration. I used a (new) floor cleaner cloth for this. Though it does needs eyes and mouth, i couldnt resist posting. once again, great inspiration!!!! thanks!!!
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Nice! Just what I needed. I am writing a course for my students, this is so very useful (and fun!). Excellent job Mohannad!
Nice! Do you notice any change in the fish's behaviour?
thanks foto the inspiration!
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you didn't mention the output voltage... please do!
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Thanks for sharing Christa! Will try asap!
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HAHAHA ! I love it! Great!
If you're really interested in this kind of stuff: Look up a college in your vicinity, enroll in physics or chemistry classes. You can also enroll in a site like OpenCourseware. Science is never boring when you have a creative spirit!
got bachelordegrees in physics and chemistry.... sry.
there are just so many ways this could go wrong.... Love it!
The flow of the gas through the exhaust nozzle can create static electricity. In combination with a steel helmet, i just figured....About the flames: A flame ionizes the surrounding air, which means, it makes the air a better conductor. So any static electricity can flow, and yes, then it's not static any more, its flowing (current).
Hahaha.... Great! Do you Have any issues with static electriity? It Just looks like the setup could cause problems with that... However, the flames might Just solve any issues with statics.....
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do you have a list of ingredients? would be very helpful!
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