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MythBusters science fair book, 2, Confirm or bust, by Samantha Margles

Label
MythBusters science fair book, 2, Confirm or bust
Title
MythBusters science fair book
Title number
2
Title part
Confirm or bust
Statement of responsibility
by Samantha Margles
Title variation
  • Myth Busters science fair book
  • Science fair book 2 :
  • Confirm or bust
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Contains instructions for science fair projects based on experiments conducted on the "MythBusters" television series in attempts to discover the truth behind popular myths and urban legends
Member of
Cataloging source
AU@
Dewey number
507.8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
1040
Intended audience source
Lexile
Interest level
3-5
LC call number
Q182.3
LC item number
.M342 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Reading level
8.3
Study program name
Reading Counts RC
Target audience
juvenile
Label
MythBusters science fair book, 2, Confirm or bust, by Samantha Margles
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Discovery Channel."--At head of title
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Try this at home! -- Tasty topics. Myth: Do rats pee on soda cans before you buy them, leaving behind germs that can make you sick? ; Try this: Use a black light to check your home and school for unseen nasties ; Muth: Do some foods make you gassier than others? ; Myth: Does being scared really give you cold feet? ; Try this: Critter cookbook ; Try this: Make your own jawbreaker candy -- Homemade hijinks. Myth: Are the stunts MacGyver pulled off on his TV show really possible? ; Try this: Make you own compass ; Try this: Make your own candle ; Try this: Make your own paint ; Myth: Can you fold a piece of paper in half more than 7 times? Try this: Make your own paper -- Exciting electricity. Myth: Lights on or off? ; Try this: Find out how much energy your home appliances use ; Myth: Does keeping batteries in the fridge really make them last longer? ; Try this: Build a model solar cell ; Try this: Make a biogas digester -- Bold body business. Myth: Do pirate eye patches improve night vision? ; Flu fiction myth 1: Can a sneeze really travel up to 30 feet? ; Flu fiction myth 2: What's the best way to stop a sneeze? ; Flu fiction myth 3: Does a runny nose really run all over the place? ; Myth: Can you really catch someone's cold just by shaking hands? ; Try this: Test the effect of sanitizers on bacteria and fungal growth ; Try this: Detect and collect latent fingerprints ; Try this: Collect and compare fingerprint data ; Myth: Is it true that people cna't walk in a straight line? -- Surprising strength. Myth: Does a baseball bat really have a sweet spot? ; Try this: Build a duct-tape hammock ; Myth: Can salsa really eat through the bars of a jail cell? ; Myth: Is toilet paper really strong enough to help a prisoner escape from jail? ; Myth: Are bed sheets strong enough to help a prisoner escape from jail? ; Try this: Use the power of antacids to launch a rocket ; Myth: Is falling from a great height into water just as dangerous as falling onto cement? ; Try this: Make your own catapult ; Myth: Can armor made out of paper really protect you? ; Try this: Make your own paper armor ; Myth: Will a boat made out of wood shavings and water really float? -- Notorious nature. Try this: Make your own tornado ; Try this: Make your own lightning ; Try this: Make your own tsunami ; Try this: Make your own seismometer -- What are the odds?. Myth: Can helium balloons really lift a child into the sky? ; Try this: Make your own metal detector
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
128 pages
Isbn
9781451794403
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
ocn819675137
Label
MythBusters science fair book, 2, Confirm or bust, by Samantha Margles
Publication
Note
  • "Discovery Channel."--At head of title
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Try this at home! -- Tasty topics. Myth: Do rats pee on soda cans before you buy them, leaving behind germs that can make you sick? ; Try this: Use a black light to check your home and school for unseen nasties ; Muth: Do some foods make you gassier than others? ; Myth: Does being scared really give you cold feet? ; Try this: Critter cookbook ; Try this: Make your own jawbreaker candy -- Homemade hijinks. Myth: Are the stunts MacGyver pulled off on his TV show really possible? ; Try this: Make you own compass ; Try this: Make your own candle ; Try this: Make your own paint ; Myth: Can you fold a piece of paper in half more than 7 times? Try this: Make your own paper -- Exciting electricity. Myth: Lights on or off? ; Try this: Find out how much energy your home appliances use ; Myth: Does keeping batteries in the fridge really make them last longer? ; Try this: Build a model solar cell ; Try this: Make a biogas digester -- Bold body business. Myth: Do pirate eye patches improve night vision? ; Flu fiction myth 1: Can a sneeze really travel up to 30 feet? ; Flu fiction myth 2: What's the best way to stop a sneeze? ; Flu fiction myth 3: Does a runny nose really run all over the place? ; Myth: Can you really catch someone's cold just by shaking hands? ; Try this: Test the effect of sanitizers on bacteria and fungal growth ; Try this: Detect and collect latent fingerprints ; Try this: Collect and compare fingerprint data ; Myth: Is it true that people cna't walk in a straight line? -- Surprising strength. Myth: Does a baseball bat really have a sweet spot? ; Try this: Build a duct-tape hammock ; Myth: Can salsa really eat through the bars of a jail cell? ; Myth: Is toilet paper really strong enough to help a prisoner escape from jail? ; Myth: Are bed sheets strong enough to help a prisoner escape from jail? ; Try this: Use the power of antacids to launch a rocket ; Myth: Is falling from a great height into water just as dangerous as falling onto cement? ; Try this: Make your own catapult ; Myth: Can armor made out of paper really protect you? ; Try this: Make your own paper armor ; Myth: Will a boat made out of wood shavings and water really float? -- Notorious nature. Try this: Make your own tornado ; Try this: Make your own lightning ; Try this: Make your own tsunami ; Try this: Make your own seismometer -- What are the odds?. Myth: Can helium balloons really lift a child into the sky? ; Try this: Make your own metal detector
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
128 pages
Isbn
9781451794403
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
ocn819675137

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