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Really Awesome star wars prints! Star Wars Inspired Print (HOTH ATTACK) A3 - 2012. $30.00, via Etsy. Holly Hanshew

Thread storage. I have so much vintage thread from my Great Grandma's sweing box. Wooden spools and all!

Disclaimer: love it, but never gonna show the guys in my family or I'm gonna get locked in the craft room till I can come out with one!!! Star Wars quilt! So cool!

Boldly going where no ring has gone before

Delightfully Geeky Paper Quilling

Mighty Fine 'Vader Adventure' Bodysuit rstyle.me/...

Star Trek Cookies

Flow Blue Spock Portrait Plate - Altered Antique Plate.

Everyone wants a giant diagram of an AT-AT

#Lego star wars coffee

Awesome.

Science birthday party with printables from thecelebrationsho...

Periodic table blocks $39.99 - I want these!

I found a weekend project

Lover

I ate some pie..

Star Wars Coffee Fun

Good for focusing children. Shake it up and watch it separate again! Great for science projects!

Frienship necklace haha... I want!

party on the death star

Foam Nintendo star Christmas tree topper.

Teach kids all about plants and water absorption with this Food Color Flowers Experiment. They will be fascinated as they learn the important functions roots and stems!

Star Wars Candy Bowls. I find your lack of fruit flavors disturbing.

OOBLECK. This stuff is amazing. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. To color oobleck, add a few drops of food coloring to the water before adding to the cornstarch. Takes some effort to mix the water and cornstarch. Oobleck defies Newton’s third law of motion–for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you quickly smack oobleck with your hand it immediately turns into a solid, instead of splashing or moving. If you slowly move oobleck it reacts like a liquid.

  • Becca Bornstein
    Becca Bornstein

    It doesn't defy Newton's Third Law. If that logic is used, then walking defies the law as well. When you take a step, the floor pushes back on you with equal and opposite force to what you apply (by both your applied force and the force gravity is exerting on your body). Same goes for Oobleck, it pushes back as well, even if you do not perceive it. What SHOULD be pointed out about Oobleck is that it is a NON-NEWTONIAN fluid. Maybe that is where the confusion arose. Non-Newtonian means that it does not exhibit the normal properties that Newton described of fluids. In the case of Oobleck, it behaves more like a solid than a liquid when force is applied strongly and quickly. It does not "turn into a solid," but does behave like one. This allows you to hit it without splashing, allows it to be held briefly in your fist, and to be tossed in the air in globs. Quick, shear force can also cause it to appear to tear. When the force is removed or lessened, more liquid behavior returns.

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