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    Hi, my little sister has to do an egg demo using:
    1. Aluminum Foil
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    3. Paper Bag

    I obviously do not know how to prevent the egg from breaking...
    Thank you for your time in coming up with a solution...
    We need help, because I am stumped..

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    Her teacher is going to get the egg and drop it from a ladder... and no there is no limit to the amount of the materials....


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    Prevent the egg from breaking from what?
    More information is needed. What is the demonstration she is supposed to do?
    Is the egg supposed to be protected from falling from a certain height?


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    Is this an egg drop experiment? Drop the egg from a certain height and prevent it from breaking by designing some kind of shock absorber?
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    Is there any limit to the amount of foil you can use? If you padded the egg with a whole lot of crumpled up foil, that might do it.
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    Throw the foil and paper bag away.
    Take the glue.
    Glue the egg to the ground.
    Hey presto- problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    Is there any limit to the amount of foil you can use? If you padded the egg with a whole lot of crumpled up foil, that might do it.
    The thought would be to distribute the shock of impact so the shell suffers minimal effect. How would you work in the glue and the paper bag? If you painted the egg with the glue then would that make the shell harder to break? Or do I use the bag as a parachute somehow?
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    Good idea painting the egg with glue. Give it a nice thick coat of epoxy. I don't think Elmer's would do much for you. A parachute could work, too.

    I was thinking, put the crumpled up foil in the bag with the egg in the middle, then glue it shut.
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    Put a few layers of glue on the entire egg shell. while it is still wet, stick aluminum foil smoothly to the surface. then paint the foil with glue again, add another layer of foil. repeat putting about ten layers of foil on the egg. then add about 10 layers of thick glue to the egg allowing each layer to dry before adding the next layer. when you put the last layer of glue on, repeat the process of adding 10 layers of foil to the egg. continue until you have 5 rounds of thick glue/ thick foil layers on the egg. then reinforce the lower portion of the paper bag the same way so that it will not likely burst on impact. make it about 5mm thick with glue and foil. then add some loose foil, in wads to the bag to cushion your now, super foiled egg inside the bag.

    Then throw what should be pretty hard and heavy at this point at someone you seriously dislike in order to test it. It should hold fairly well.
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    If there is no limit to the amount of materials, I would suggest cocooning the egg in lightly wadded foil for about 7 inches on all sides. then a couple sizes of paper bags and crumple them lightly around the aluminum ball, put in one more bag and glue that bag shut.
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    I think painting the eggshell with glue would actually lower the fracture threshold until enough had been painted on there to start raising it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    I think painting the eggshell with glue would actually lower the fracture threshold until enough had been painted on there to start raising it.
    They could soak the egg in vinegar for a day before adding the glue. then padding with foil and putting it in the bag. The vinegar would make the shell soft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    Put a few layers of glue on the entire egg shell. while it is still wet, stick aluminum foil smoothly to the surface. then paint the foil with glue again, add another layer of foil. repeat putting about ten layers of foil on the egg. then add about 10 layers of thick glue to the egg allowing each layer to dry before adding the next layer. when you put the last layer of glue on, repeat the process of adding 10 layers of foil to the egg. continue until you have 5 rounds of thick glue/ thick foil layers on the egg. then reinforce the lower portion of the paper bag the same way so that it will not likely burst on impact. make it about 5mm thick with glue and foil. then add some loose foil, in wads to the bag to cushion your now, super foiled egg inside the bag.

    Then throw what should be pretty hard and heavy at this point at someone you seriously dislike in order to test it. It should hold fairly well.
    The best thing about this idea is, nobody will ever be able to tell if the egg broke or not. If the teacher cuts it open to see, you could just blame the broken egg on the teacher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    Put a few layers of glue on the entire egg shell. while it is still wet, stick aluminum foil smoothly to the surface. then paint the foil with glue again, add another layer of foil. repeat putting about ten layers of foil on the egg. then add about 10 layers of thick glue to the egg allowing each layer to dry before adding the next layer. when you put the last layer of glue on, repeat the process of adding 10 layers of foil to the egg. continue until you have 5 rounds of thick glue/ thick foil layers on the egg. then reinforce the lower portion of the paper bag the same way so that it will not likely burst on impact. make it about 5mm thick with glue and foil. then add some loose foil, in wads to the bag to cushion your now, super foiled egg inside the bag.

    Then throw what should be pretty hard and heavy at this point at someone you seriously dislike in order to test it. It should hold fairly well.
    The best thing about this idea is, nobody will ever be able to tell if the egg broke or not. If the teacher cuts it open to see, you could just blame the broken egg on the teacher.
    The next best thing would be to find a rock the exact same size and shape as the egg. Paint it white making sure to give it texture like the egg. glue some foil to it, all crumply like and padded. put it in the bag. Write some magic words on the bag. Tell the teacher before dropping the bag to the ground she must say the magic words on the bag and spit to her left. Then when she opens the bag and sees the egg is not broken but is actually stone, you can explain to her that she cast a spell turning the egg to stone before dropping it. If she is a doofus she just may go for it.
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    I don't know why... But it suddenly popped into my head that Pantodragon used to be a teacher.
    Weird...
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    That's even weirder. This proves psychic ability.
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    Why not just hard boil the egg?
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    Recite the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme while thinking of a solution.

    I'm only suggesting this because TallMonster101 isn't chiming in to actually tell us what the hell he needs to know.
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    There have been plenty of good suggestions as well as many humorous ones, but I just realized this is apparently a homework question and we are giving answers rather than helping him to figure it out, which is probably the purpose of the assignment.

    I think we may have flubbed this one.
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    I just saw his edit to OP. If you can use any material to prevent the dropped egg from cracking then no one should fail this experiment. Why did the glue, bag & foil get special mention?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    I just saw his edit to OP. If you can use any material to prevent the dropped egg from cracking then no one should fail this experiment. Why did the glue, bag & foil get special mention?
    I think he meant there is no limit to the amount of foil, paper bags or glue.

    Otherwise, would just say the obvious. Put the egg in a full jar of peanut butter and pass the test.

    But yeah, no limit to the materials listed- think car crumple zones.
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    Find a pregnant chicken, take her up the ladder, let go and watch her land on the floor....wait for egg to be laid. Good chance its not broken. No glue, bag or tin foil even needed. Should be an "A".
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    Egg Drop Project - YouTube

    They did about a dozen different tests. Some worked most broke but it should give some ideas about what might work for this test.
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    Inflate the paper bag, glue it shut. Get a large piece of aluminum foil to sandwich between the egg and paper bag. The foil will keep the egg from switching positions with the back "top/bottom".
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    Myth Busters video for egg drop.

    egg drop test - Bing Vídeos
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Take airplane glue and paint the inside of the paper bag with it. Now put the bag over your head. Breath in the fumes and get deliriously high while destroying a multitude of brain cells. Once you are totally blotto, take the egg and insert it in your rectum. As you fall face first to the floor, recite the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme while having crack up.

    I'm only suggesting this because TallMonster101 isn't chiming in to actually tell us what the hell he needs to know.
    Zin, why do you think this was an acceptable post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Take airplane glue and paint the inside of the paper bag with it. Now put the bag over your head. Breath in the fumes and get deliriously high while destroying a multitude of brain cells. Once you are totally blotto, take the egg and insert it in your rectum. As you fall face first to the floor, recite the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme while having crack up.

    I'm only suggesting this because TallMonster101 isn't chiming in to actually tell us what the hell he needs to know.
    Zin, why do you think this was an acceptable post?
    I didn't. However after considerable contemplation I went ahead with it. We had a thread where initially no one actually knew what it was all about. I guessed it was the egg drop experiment and everyone went along with that. I was upset with the OPer because he wasn't saying anything even though I knew he was listening in from seeing who was browsing the thread. There are many things one can do with the 3 products mentioned. I went with the extreme in order to invoke a response from the guy. Glue sniffing is a terrible problem with aboriginal teens in Northern Canada amongst other locales and like learning how to build a nuke on line, the same can be said for any aberrant behavior. IOW the internet is dirty, so my post wasn't going to change anything. Hell you could find glue sniffing easily on line just by googling glue and paper bag.

    Apologies to the offended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
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    Take airplane glue and paint the inside of the paper bag with it. Now put the bag over your head. Breath in the fumes and get deliriously high while destroying a multitude of brain cells. Once you are totally blotto, take the egg and insert it in your rectum. As you fall face first to the floor, recite the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme while having crack up.

    I'm only suggesting this because TallMonster101 isn't chiming in to actually tell us what the hell he needs to know.
    Zin, why do you think this was an acceptable post?
    I didn't. However after considerable contemplation I went ahead with it. We had a thread where initially no one actually knew what it was all about. I guessed it was the egg drop experiment and everyone went along with that. I was upset with the OPer because he wasn't saying anything even though I knew he was listening in from seeing who was browsing the thread. There are many things one can do with the 3 products mentioned. I went with the extreme in order to invoke a response from the guy. Glue sniffing is a terrible problem with aboriginal teens in Northern Canada amongst other locales and like learning how to build a nuke on line, the same can be said for any aberrant behavior. IOW the internet is dirty, so my post wasn't going to change anything. Hell you could find glue sniffing easily on line just by googling glue and paper bag.

    Apologies to the offended.
    It probably wasn't the most well thought out plan. Just because everyone else does it is never a good excuse for poor behavior. The op is most probably a kid himself since he is trying to help his little sister and not his daughter. I would guess no older than 16. You are right though, i don't really have much to go on to make that assessment but its just my gut feeling. So offering up ways to potentially kill himself without warning that it can cause his death is probably not the best idea.

    In any case, apology acknowledged, though I wasn't really offended as much as simply disappointed. Maybe a post edit can make it a non issue, though the op has probably already read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallMonster101 View Post
    Hi, my little sister has to do an egg demo using:
    1. Aluminum Foil
    2. Glue
    3. Paper Bag

    I obviously do not know how to prevent the egg from breaking...
    Thank you for your time in coming up with a solution...
    We need help, because I am stumped..

    OK...
    Her teacher is going to get the egg and drop it from a ladder... and no there is no limit to the amount of the materials....

    Hi, sounds interesting, not come across this one before. I have to say some of the ideas already thought of for this challenge are quite interesting, particularly liked harolds parachute idea and Cosmic's "hard boil the egg", this later one made me smile alright. The parachute idea is good because basically any way you can increase the drag through the air will slow the decent of the egg and the thus reduce the collision energies on impact meaning your egg is more likely to survive intact. There are various ways to do this of course such as glueing things such as your paper bag or tin foil onto the the egg to increase the surface area to weight ratio, this again would increase drag and slow decent. But I suspect from your description this may not actually be possible for this particular challenge as you state "Her teacher is going to get the egg and drop it from a ladder", this leads me to conclude that this task is more about being creative with a way to absorb the impact energy to allow the egg to remain undamaged.

    For this particular approach, given the materials specified available, I would suggest going down the traditional 'airbag' route. Just for a second think about the way an airbag works in a car, it inflates on impact to absorb the shock wave of energy from such rapid deceleration that occurs during collisions. I think this a good basic principle to have in mind for this challenge. Though perhaps a better anology would be to think of the way air cushion works to protect stunt men who have to fall from large heights or the same type of air cushion they might use if suicide jumpers are threatening to jump off buildings.

    To adopt this method for the task you will need to constuct a simple air cushion capable of absorbing enough energy from the eggs impact for it to remain undamaged, this should be a fun and learning opportunity for a bit of trial and error in getting the size of your air cushion right. You can think about the width, height ect... , using the tin foil to protect the paper bag, whether or not you want to put holes in the sides of your air cushion to allow some the air to escape ect... ,

    Even with only your 3 basic materials you have alot of scope for your design and experimentation, so that the final result will be unique to you or your sister, the main thing here though as with many such simple science experiments is about learning in a fun way! So anyway best of luck to you both
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    The parachute idea wasn't mine. It might help when dropping from a greater height, probably not very much from a stepladder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    It probably wasn't the most well thought out plan. Just because everyone else does it is never a good excuse for poor behavior. The op is most probably a kid himself since he is trying to help his little sister and not his daughter. I would guess no older than 16. You are right though, i don't really have much to go on to make that assessment but its just my gut feeling. So offering up ways to potentially kill himself without warning that it can cause his death is probably not the best idea.

    In any case, apology acknowledged, though I wasn't really offended as much as simply disappointed. Maybe a post edit can make it a non issue, though the op has probably already read it.
    My gut feeling is that the OP is an adult. I suspect this because an older brother student would most likely have attempted the same test a few years earlier and would have a better idea of what's expected than an older person from a different era. The OP language to me at least, does not appear to be youthful, especially thanking us before we figure things out.

    Anyway I edited my original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    The parachute idea wasn't mine. It might help when dropping from a greater height, probably not very much from a stepladder.
    You're smart to not claim that one, (since it wasn't yours.)
    A paper bag as a parachute for an egg is a terrible idea. Great way to make an omelet.

    Hey Zin, learn from it. Have some cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    The parachute idea wasn't mine. It might help when dropping from a greater height, probably not very much from a stepladder.
    Yeah sorry, skim read through the thread way before I got round to posting and could remember something about mentioning parachutes, anyway my bad.

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    The parachute idea wasn't mine. It might help when dropping from a greater height, probably not very much from a stepladder.
    You're smart to not claim that one, (since it wasn't yours.)
    A paper bag as a parachute for an egg is a terrible idea. Great way to make an omelet.

    Hey Zin, learn from it. Have some cheese.
    Yep could turn out to be a Humpty Dumpty idea from a ladder height.
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    Remember the oldish days; "Paper or plastic?"
    I used to take the hand holds of a plastic grocery bag and loop them under each arm of an action figure to make a parachute man.
    Seemed like a good idea.
    Lost a lot of action figures that way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
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    The parachute idea wasn't mine. It might help when dropping from a greater height, probably not very much from a stepladder.
    You're smart to not claim that one, (since it wasn't yours.)
    A paper bag as a parachute for an egg is a terrible idea. Great way to make an omelet.

    Hey Zin, learn from it. Have some cheese.
    My idea? Don't think so. To set the record straight, I only asked about paper parachutes.

    Still would like to hear from the OP.

    I put the cheese in my omelet, it was good. Got me wondering..... if I had to drop an egg without breaking it, into a frying pan from atop a ladder and all I had was a selection of cheeses then which type would give me the best chance of accomplishing this task?
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