Archive for October, 2010
Question: What happens to the rats after scientist are done using them for lab experiments?
Do the scientist release the rats in the sewers? Do they give the rats to the snakes? Do they dump the rats in the lake? Do they buried the rats and offer it a safe trip to heaven?
Answer: As far as i know those animals used for testing must be put down after the experiment.
After the experiment is done they are put to sleep in a quick humane way. This is good because if these animals did suffer during the experiment than they are not made to suffer for the rest of their lives. Also those scientific experiment that make animals suffer must go through a rigorous testing of their methods before the government allows them to take real animals.
So the answer to your question…they’re put down.
Question: what is a science experiment with a magnet?
Answer: I found you – a whole page – gives all the instructions – to perform a lot of experiments ♥
Measuring the strength of magnets – using paperclips and BBs.
1. Count how many paperclips or staples you can attach end to end from the north pole to the south pole.
2. Count how many paperclips or staples you can attach to one of the magnet’s poles.
3. Have a big pile of paperclips or staples on the table and count how many will stick to the magnet, all over its surface.
4. Have a big pile of small (1 to 4mm in diameter, or 1/32 to 1/8″ diameter) steel ball bearings or BB’s in a plastic container, and count how many will stick to the magnet after you place the magnet into the middle of the pile and try to completely cover it with the BB’s. Remove the magnet all covered with BB’s, and take it to another plastic container to pull off and count the number of BB’s that the magnet was able to attract to itself.
Electromagnets – How can electricity create a magnet?
Question: How can I build A Paper bridge?
Its for a experiment in science. I only have two pieces of paper and two paper clips. whats the best design i can do?
Answer: Triangular shapes are the strongest, NOT rectangular.
Make the bridge, teepee shaped.
Bridges collapsing at Chavagnes (Experiment)