“The world looks so different after learning science. For example, trees are made of air, primarily. When they are burned, they go back to air, and in the flaming heat is released the flaming heat of the sun which was bound in to convert the air into tree, and in the ash is the small remnant of the part which did not come from air that came from the solid earth, instead. These are beautiful things, and the content of science is wonderfully full of them. They are very inspiring, and they can be used to inspire others.”
-Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize-winning physicist
Students should bring their eggs to class on Friday, (just one of the eggs is all you need to bring), sealed in a zip-loc type baggie, and then placed in a hard-sided container.
Also, I am not sending out a Sign Up Genius at this time, but we can always use paper towels, wipes, and Kleenex for the classroom if you've got any to spare. Thanks in advance for any donations!