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Vleeptron, Yobbo & Hoon
High School Science Fair
Did you do a Science Fair Project?
Of course you did. You had to. You had no choice. If you didn't, your science teacher would flunk you. So a week before the entry deadline, you cooked something up.
Re-create your Science Fair Project here! Leave A Comment and tell Vleeptron all about it!
Or if you missed the Science Fair (because you had mono and weren't in school), Create Your Very Own Science Fair Project here and now!
On Vleeptron, it's never too late to compete in the Science Fair!
Leave A Comment and tell Vleeptron all about it! Or draw it like I drew my 1964 Science Fair Project!
(Use MS_Paint and e-mail it to me as a .jpg .gif or .bmp )
EXTRA CREDIT: If your Science Fair Project was not in English, re-create it here in its original language!
And refer to yourself by the name everybody called you when you made the Project.
Actually I think I won a 1st Prize at the Wilson Science Fair, but then I took this very questionable project to the City-Wide Science Fair and it only won a 3rd Prize there.
For one thing, I hadn't built a very sturdy stand-up display board and I think I taped mine to the project next to mine, which probably lost me points. For another, I was slow ordering the Planaria when I couldn't get my own with a piece of raw liver on a string in a city sewer pond, so when the Science Fair started, I threw some earthworms in the tank instead.
There was a lot wrong with my Project. But the basic Theory -- that you can get smarter faster by eating educated members of your own species -- really works, at least with Planaria.
Don't try this at home.