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Undersea Adventures, a science experiment

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What do you do when your science experiment doesn’t go that well? Try, try again. It’s science afterall, and there’s much to be learned by something not working, too. A great video by Mike Adamick and his kindergartener, Emmeline.

via BoingBoing. Thanks, @dougmcarthur.

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