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Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters :: Volcanoes

Want a REALLY COOL science fair project? Look no further than Mother Nature, who's known to have some pretty bad days! Check out fun facts about volcanoes (+ the science behind them), a DIY experiment and other stuff to include in your project! Back to Article

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swim team
swim team wrote:
2012-11-05 08:24:28 -0800

kk

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ice cream girl
ice cream girl wrote:
2012-11-05 08:12:45 -0800

i dont get it

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blinkie
blinkie wrote:
2011-04-26 06:11:01 -0700

okay!

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lilly88
lilly88 wrote:
2011-04-26 06:10:09 -0700

ok

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Maclynn9
Maclynn9 wrote:
2011-04-26 05:58:15 -0700

what the?

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Maclynn9
Maclynn9 wrote:
2011-04-26 05:57:55 -0700

I wrote mother in between ur and wont but it didnt show

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Maclynn9
Maclynn9 wrote:
2011-04-26 05:56:21 -0700

DUMB! what if ur mother wont let u?

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Lan3na
Lan3na wrote:
2010-09-04 17:46:36 -0700

looks i meant

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Lan3na
Lan3na wrote:
2010-09-04 17:46:13 -0700

well look cool u never know

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Lan3na
Lan3na wrote:
2010-09-04 17:45:40 -0700

cool

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