FLIR Infrared Scavenger Hunt (Responses)
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Chemistry class period
Thermal Photo or Video Ideas (list as many as you'd like - 5 minimum)
Which experiment/activity did you chose? (Detailed description)
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10/26/2017 8:15:11MaiseeBrown 1
Pouring hot water into a cup of cold water
Blowing heat from a space heater
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10/26/2017 8:21:13AmberStapleton1Yellowstone geyser going off in winter
Record a video of Old Faithful going off in winter
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10/26/2017 8:23:36EllieOstermiller1Volcanos
Geysers
The making water in the tube
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10/26/2017 8:48:53JedadiahUnruh1Car engine, video of lightning
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10/26/2017 9:08:05LilyMorris 1
Geyser erupting, Yellowstone, lighting a match, area where rivers flow into oceans
How creating friction between things varies heat given off, as well as finding out what things give off the most heat
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11/10/2017 8:17:16DaltonZent 1Old cast iron engine warming up.Explosion
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11/10/2017 8:17:57MackenzieWinters1Waxing skis
Hydrogen ballon, waxing skis in time lapse
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11/10/2017 8:18:15KateKautzman1
the exhaust of the cars in the parking lot
darwin
hand print in the snow
coke and mentos experiment in thermal
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11/10/2017 8:18:57Savannah Harley 1
Thermal images of chemical reactions and/Or of static electricity
If electricity gives off thermal radiation can we see it move through something?
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11/10/2017 8:19:54SaeJahPeak1
Peoples water bottles
People wearing jackets
Different phone screens
Putting gas in a balloon and recording it as it pops
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11/10/2017 8:19:57LilyMorris1Geysers, volcanoes, planets, the sun, fireworks Vinegar “volcano”,
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11/10/2017 8:20:02MadisonWinters1
Curling irons, stove tops, ice cream with hot caramel on top, liquid nitrogen, dry ice
Pouring ice water into boiling water but using two different food coloring in each of them and using the camera. Or pouring hot water over idea
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11/10/2017 8:20:22ShelbyKiekover1Balloon with gas in it
Exploding pumpkin/watermelon
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11/10/2017 8:20:37MarshallNelson1
*Take a video of a crazy video game or movie scene (since different lights give off different amounts of energy, it might look cool)
*Hook up a line of students to that electric wire thing you showed usa few weeks ago and look through camera
*pour cold water on a hot pan.
The electric wire one i think would look the coolest if it works
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11/10/2017 8:20:54allyfrost1
cup of coffee, hydroflask inside and outside, bracelets on someone’s wrist
dry ice
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11/10/2017 8:21:03KarsenBinstock1
A hot spot in Yellowstone, metal after being melted, dry ice
Seeing the temperature of a fish in water vs. the water surrounding it, the temperature of a runner before and after a race
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11/10/2017 8:21:31EthanWilson1A firing gun, something cooking in the oven
Cars heating up in the sun in fast motion
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11/10/2017 8:21:46CadeSchulze 1
Manipulating the burners in the back of the room
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11/10/2017 8:23:58MalcolmWildenberg1
photographing black powder mid burn (see if the residual heat shows anything cool)
thermite catapult?
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11/10/2017 8:26:51RikkiHeld1
shooting a soccer ball, filming Darwin or another animal in slow motion
reflecting sun off sunglasses or metal or filming light coming out of a prism
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11/10/2017 10:00:36ConnorHunter2Kiln from pottery
Put different elements in a basketball and shoot that
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11/10/2017 10:00:59Hayden Gall2Putting hot air in a balloon and exploding itMake an explosion
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11/10/2017 10:01:35ElijahErekson2Boiler
Missles
Explosions
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11/10/2017 10:01:36BlairStapleton2Drinking fountain, hand sanitizer
Popping popcorn in microwave
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11/10/2017 10:01:47AmerisOkragly2
Video of billings on a drone with the flir camera attached
Look over the ocean
Over sand
Over snow
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11/10/2017 10:02:07TaylorHerman2The gymKids in PE class
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11/10/2017 10:02:14ZacheryDavidson2Video of water freezing Video of water freezing
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11/10/2017 10:02:34AnnaDilorenzo2Someone sneezing, eat something hot/cold
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11/10/2017 10:02:37Sidney Overby 2Microwave, popcorn machine
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11/10/2017 10:02:54JaneGoodridge2something baking
Increasing temperature of someone excercising
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11/10/2017 10:03:41TheresaGoudy 2
Snowflake, water droplet, fire extinguisher putting out fire,
An explosion in slow motion with thermal camera,
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11/10/2017 10:04:44SamRandak2Dry Ice or Liquid Nitrogen
Hot cocoa
Liquid nitrogen marshmallows
Dropping dry ice into hot water tank
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11/10/2017 10:05:29GraceHodges2
The temp in a class on days with different lessons ex) test day-calm, lecture day-slightly engaged, game/experiment/kahoot day-energetic
Liquid nitrogen (tricks with breathing it out etc.) vs fire (alcohol spit take fire breathing etc.)
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11/11/2017 12:52:55ChristopherArbizzani2
A meteor shower.
A geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
The air streams behind an airplane.
A Television displaying different colors.
Fireworks.
Striking a match in slow motion.
An incandescent light bulb.
Cooking an egg.
Heating up a frying pan.
When speed dating, can you tell if a guy likes a girl based off their facial heat?
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11/10/2017 11:32:17Nicole Curtiss 4Bolt of electricity, turtle
Throw chemicals in cold and or hot water
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11/10/2017 11:32:19MatthewDeWitt4Turtle,
Throw some chemicals in hot and cold water
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11/10/2017 11:32:32KaitlynChurch4Hand prints on different items
See how long heat stays on different things
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11/10/2017 11:33:35MarissaBorden4A dab of soap on your hand. Ghost hunting
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11/10/2017 11:33:35JustenUnrein4
Icy hot on skin, black light on people, and acid dropped on someone’s hand
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11/10/2017 11:34:13BlayneJette4Water being poured
Videos of different temperatures of water being poured
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11/10/2017 11:34:16KoltenUnrein4Icy hot, lava lamp
Icy hot on skin, black light shining on someone, human or animal swimming in a hot tube
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11/10/2017 11:35:37ZackSeaton4
Hair, falling glitter, time laps of an icicle, bouncy ball bouncing, different materials in the sunlight
Melted stuff cooling down
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11/10/2017 11:39:14HannahCarroll4Bonfire
make a giant bonfire and roast marshmallows with hot chocolate
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10/26/2017 13:32:23JadeSchafer5Pictures or vidoes of Darwin.
A video of someone recording a liquid then turning it into a solid then into a gas in thermal.
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11/9/2017 18:21:58ChelanLaverdure5
Yellowstone park hotspring, body temperature in runners and spectators
time lapse of water temperature changing over a year in a lake or medium size body of water
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11/10/2017 13:50:52NoahMiller5The sun
What does it look like on thermal when someone jumps in a pool at Yellowstone park
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11/10/2017 13:50:56KirstenKraske5Snail
Pine needle
Nail polish
Anything having to do with heat
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11/10/2017 13:51:17Mitch West5RainbowSomething burny
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11/10/2017 13:51:30MollyKappel5
The energy ball/the lava lamp, yellowstone geyser
Seeing the yellowstone geyser erupt on camera
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11/10/2017 13:51:35GunnerHegg5Park animalsDarwin
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11/10/2017 13:51:50MaryThompson 5
Prints of different animals wheather mammals, reptiles, or birds.
Can you see a trail of prints made by a reptile? A bird?
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11/10/2017 13:51:57MikaylaModel5the moon
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11/10/2017 13:52:21MarkoFoster5The sun and snow
Looking at the picture of a tree in the course of a year
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11/10/2017 13:52:25MollyDeppmeier5Palm treeSlime
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11/10/2017 13:52:35AlexisNimmo5
Darwin, the lava lamps, air temp around school, making popcorn, ac vents, human body temp and how it changes
That thing that you tried to do where the fire was sucked into the big water jug, burning different chemicals
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11/10/2017 13:53:03KendraWynia5Birds flying through the air
A skyline
The city
Look at a river
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11/10/2017 13:54:25SarahMaynard5Ocean
After people run or exercise we measure their heat
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11/10/2017 13:55:44CloieBanderob5Ocean, plane flying, and snow fall
Popping popcorn and looking at it throught the FLIR
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11/10/2017 13:57:29JadeSchafer5
Yellowstone national park thermal pools, microorganisms in and out of habitats, cooled molten lava.
An experiment with microorganisms from the Yellowstone national Park's thermal pools.
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11/13/2017 14:40:38ElleyMunson6
ripping off a bandaid
Film Darwin walk and see if he leavs footprints
Blowing something up in the ocean
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11/13/2017 14:42:12kearrakorb6hot cocopopping popcorn
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11/13/2017 14:43:26TaylorCole6Phone after use, my mixtape, anger, battery
the phone one where you capture rays coming off of the phone
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11/13/2017 14:44:37oliviaabdallah6steaming coffeeboiling water
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11/13/2017 14:45:33ArmandoGuerrero6
The Sun, different reptiles, battery, trees, a gun being shot in slow mo, and snow
Recording a gun being shot in slow motion in infrared.
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11/13/2017 14:45:55ConradHope6
to put pennies and quarters on that orb thing
yellow snow temp vs white snow
popping popcorn with tourch
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11/13/2017 14:46:18MaxEvenson6lite a match
lite a candal, blow out the candle, lite the smoke and see it relite the candle
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11/13/2017 14:46:59JakeHageman6
Looking in the Mirror or window and point the infrared camera at your reflection to see if it picks up your heat and what it will look like and comparing the window or mirror.
Taking a big bucket of hot water and throwing it in the air when its below zero
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11/13/2017 14:51:46tavyFindon6temp of dog pee in snow vs human pee in snow
Any friction or spark when two football helmets hit
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11/13/2017 14:54:11Tab Wolff6A plasma ball, Touch powder, Smoke bomb
Smoke bomb in thermal
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11/15/2017 8:23:18CadeSchulze1
Recording Ice melting and evaporating on a hot surface.
Heating a pan to the point that water beads together, and recording the reaction. Using ice.
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11/15/2017 9:12:32JohnStears2Dry ice bomb explodingDry ice bomb
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11/15/2017 9:16:45PeytonHamrick2
Acetone and Styrofoam heat release. Lava lamp "lava" heat. Floor heat in high traffic areas. Ice melt reaction heat release.
Spray can and a flame to make a flamethrower on FLIR.
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11/15/2017 9:16:53GiavannaLynch2Thermal energy left from your hand in the snow
Some type of explosion
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11/15/2017 9:16:56Tyson Keehn2Hot water balloon thrown at a wall outside.
Finding the most efficient way to cool down your coffee.
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11/15/2017 9:17:25emmablack2
Popping popcorn- blair stapleton
put an ice cube in hot water- emma black
hit a bag of popcorn with a baseball bat-emma
hairspray and a lighter
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11/15/2017 9:32:40BenSaberhagen2
video of surface heating up beneath heat lamp
pour cold water between heat lamp and camera
severe friction burns
intense pencil scribbling
tire burnout
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11/15/2017 12:13:15Kira GraceJohnson DeVries4People doing different stretches/ working out
The body temperature change of someone use to working out compared to someone who doesn't
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11/15/2017 12:43:35ClaraBentler5Fire tornado with garbage cans
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11/15/2017 12:53:16CalistaWeatherby5Mouse in snek...can you see it?
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12/11/2017 18:04:14ClaraBentler5Fire tornado Fire tornado
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11/14/2018 9:14:01EthanHeyneman2
Baking soda and vinegar; Mixing boiling and freezing water; Watching the Xbox Kinect sandbox; Submerging a banana in liquid nitrogen and then in boiling water, Watching a car do a burnout.
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11/14/2018 9:14:41JakeGilbertson2
air conditioner, my hands, lit candle into liquid nitrogen
lit candle into liquid nitrogen
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11/14/2018 9:14:50Natalie, Jess, LexiRomei, Sullivan, Gibson2
Popcorn popping, turning on a car, watch ice freezing, firework lab, What do different coffee shops call hot?
Pop corn popping
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11/14/2018 9:17:48Drake PannellEmily Tschetter2
See differences in temperature with each person in the classroom, measure each type of computer in the room, find possible sources of infrared that are invisible to the naked eye, test different safe gaseous substances, and test water in the water fountains across the school
dawg party
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11/14/2018 9:19:22Jake GilbertsonGavin Oaks2
pouring boiling water on dry ice
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11/14/2018 9:21:39
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11/14/2018 9:24:20Spencer ReitzAlex Sevareid2
Do foods with higher fat contents release more heat? Striking a match. Grape in microwave.
Make a video of you cutting a computer with a 1000* knife in thermal. Pouring Liquid Nitrogen on a fire.
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11/14/2018 9:31:00Madisynn WeberCleo Schied2
1.)Record how different chemical reactions release different amounts of heat
2.) How does the temperature of a person change when they experience different emotions
3.)Insulation: How do different insulators trap/release heat
4.)Looking at different lockers and seeing whether contents or location impact temp.
5.) Looking at different engines, brands, or cylinders of cars and observing which ones retain heat better than other
6.) See how much ice cream melts when you blend it.
Emotions and how different emotions impact temperatures
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11/14/2018 9:32:33Emma MartinsenConor Largent2- liquid
- metal
- light
- steam
- matches
1. Lighting things on fire with steam.
2. How do metals compare in conduction heat?
3. How does wind speed affect how quickly an object cools?
4. How does temperature affect viscosity?
5. How does color affect temperature of light?
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11/14/2018 9:34:34Owen SmithQuinn Sanderson2
1. What materials block infrared light from a source of heat the best?
2. How long will different liquid containers retain heat?
3. What area of Billings Senior High is the hottest and why?
4. Which programs cause computers to heat up faster?
5. What car brand emits the hottest exhaust?
1. What materials block infrared light from a source of heat the best?

It will look very cool if we fully block the infrared light because we can become "invisible".
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11/14/2018 9:35:47Corinne AdyJaelynn Roesler 2
- Fireproof Balloon Experiment
- Baking Soda Volcano
- Lightning in a Bottle
- Elephant Toothpaste
- Dancing Gummi Bear Experiment
- Colored Fire Rainbow
- Supercool Water
- Sugar Snake
Elephant Toothpaste and Sugar Snake
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11/14/2018 9:36:11Grace SkilesMackenzie Sell2
1.) Burning fruits and testing if the different acidic levels after the infrared levels.
2.)How quickly wind can cool down an object.
3.)Seeing if dipping a stick into everyday chemicals affects anything.
4.)If fire gel fuel made from vinegar and egg shells are hotter than a Bunsen burner.
Expose certain people to extreme exercise, moderate, and none, to see if it changes.
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11/14/2018 9:37:46Jadyn Malone2Skiing in the path track
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11/14/2018 9:38:47Elena VanderslootKendra Woods2
Video different liquids freezing and finding the time at which each one reaches the same temperature.
Temperature where certain things burn from different fire sources.
A person's core temperature in different conditions.
Baking different kinds of food and seeing the process of how it cooks.
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11/14/2018 10:07:31Noah WoodringSimonne Clay3
1. different metals (in jewlery)
2. yeast is different sugar solutions
3. when a phone sends a text message
4. pop rocks in different temps of water
5. plugging different light bulbs in and seeing if they give off heat even when they are not turned on
plugging different light bulbs in and seeing if they give off heat even when they are not turned on
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11/14/2018 10:07:49Lydia WhitmanAisley Kraske3thermal video for the volcanic reaction
We are testing different vinegar's in a volcanic reaction to see if it releases a hotter or colder steam
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11/14/2018 10:10:59Daysha SchellKyler Buckland3
Temperature of regular ice cream vs. deep fried ice cream , different brands of popcorn being popped, salt on ice cubes
Temperature of regular ice cream vs. deep fried ice cream
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11/14/2018 10:12:37Maddie Bach Madi Peete 3
Test green, black, and white sand beaches in Hawaii
Test each sand temp and temps varying in depth
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11/14/2018 10:17:32Collin PlattHunter Losoya3fire snake
making the fire snake (ya know, lighting baking soda and sugar on fire)
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