Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Wobbler on Wed 10/Jun/09 8:41pm

I made you a poster :)
ur poster.JPG
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby wachtourak on Wed 10/Jun/09 8:44pm

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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby dicks-naughty-account on Wed 10/Jun/09 8:55pm

I like the sun in the corner. he looks happy
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby wachtourak on Wed 10/Jun/09 9:00pm

Well there is a large cocknballs in the vicinity, wouldn't you be happy too?
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Wobbler on Wed 10/Jun/09 9:00pm

the sun should always be smiling
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby mark2c on Wed 10/Jun/09 10:08pm

Suppose it is too late to do your project on seeing if McDonalds burgers go off or not when stored long term...

So here is a little help -
rotational power (Watts) = 2 x Pi x RPM x 60 x torque (in Nm) and

chain power (Watts) = chain tension (N) x chain speed (m/s) and

Cyclists generally produce highest power output with constant cadence (80-100 rpm crank speed).

Conclusion => gears are a good idea and next year you could investigate the psychology of SSers

Parental warning - this post is flaming inflamitory...
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Oli on Wed 10/Jun/09 10:17pm

:D
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Jcuming on Wed 10/Jun/09 10:23pm

Every day I thank god, buddha and David Bain that I no longer have to do Science Fair :)
Have fun.
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby tylersdad on Wed 10/Jun/09 10:53pm

mark2c wrote:Suppose it is too late to do your project on seeing if McDonalds burgers go off or not when stored long term...

So here is a little help -
rotational power (Watts) = 2 x Pi x RPM x 60 x torque (in Nm) and

chain power (Watts) = chain tension (N) x chain speed (m/s) and

Cyclists generally produce highest power output with constant cadence (80-100 rpm crank speed).

Conclusion => gears are a good idea and next year you could investigate the psychology of SSers

Parental warning - this post is flaming inflamitory...


but what Mark didn't tell you is if his mathematical thesis was on knobblie 26" wheels from his Trance, or his rather slick looking 29" wheels off his latest pride and joy. The science is all in working it out using an Fx82.
To assist, i can advise that my trance outrode his 'beast' at the weekend (well at least when i fixed my puncture !!!!)

but as you can guess, its late, and i'm dribbling on.

go do your assignment son. diet coke and mentos FTW. better than a volcano.
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Wed 10/Jun/09 10:58pm

You should research clips or flats
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby znomit on Wed 10/Jun/09 11:04pm

Ok, heres what you need...












































one airplane (small)
one treadmill (large)
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Fergie on Thu 11/Jun/09 9:12am

I was pretty stoked when the nine year old daughter of one of the riders I coach did a science project to test the hypothesis that riding downhill in a tucked position would be faster than seated upright.
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby jonodh on Thu 11/Jun/09 10:52am

well you could do it on how slow you are or how to blow up boxxers three times or how up to you.
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 11/Jun/09 11:58am

Ok, heres what you need...



one airplane (small)
one treadmill (large)


bwahahahaha :D
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Re: Help With Science Fair??

Postby Conners on Thu 11/Jun/09 3:47pm

So I was one of the judges in a science fair this morning. The overall prize for the year 7 exhibits went to the young lad who had studied the stopping distance required from 35 kph on five different surfaces on his mountain bike.

See kiddies, it is all about the mad skiddddzzzzzzzz.....
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