Derby #165: The Scientific Method
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There's an app for that

There's an app for that
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fishbiscuit5


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The Scientific Method, brought to you by your friendly neighborhood app store.

The five steps of The Scientific Method:
1. question
2. hypothesis
3. test
4. observe
5. record

(My science teacher friend really thought I should design a shirt that directly interprets the theme. Sometimes you have to appease your friends.)










sogj


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Didn't someone do this exact same shirt but with Facebook?

Edit: Yep. Sorry. :/ You probably didn't see it...it was already submitted a while ago.

http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=45643

I refuse to answer on the grounds that I don't know the answer.

chumpmagic


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sogj wrote:Didn't someone do this exact same shirt but with Facebook?

Edit: Yep. Sorry. :/ You probably didn't see it...it was already submitted a while ago.

http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=45643


Similar but different in my opinion. I'd say it is still fair game and still very clever.


fishbiscuit5


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sogj wrote:Didn't someone do this exact same shirt but with Facebook?

Edit: Yep. Sorry. :/ You probably didn't see it...it was already submitted a while ago.

http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=45643


Yeah, similar ideas come up all the time. I was actually working on this on Friday, but didn't get back to finishing until today. Any similarities are purely coincidental.

@chumpmagic - Thanks for the support. I actually think this is different enough too since it is illustrating the actual steps in the scientific method.










kc6201


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You are missing some steps at the end, and I tend to think that your #3-5 are all the same step (or at least that they occur simultaneously) but at least you're actually following the theme.

fishbiscuit5


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kc6201 wrote:You are missing some steps at the end, and I tend to think that your #3-5 are all the same step (or at least that they occur simultaneously) but at least you're actually following the theme.


Yes, there are more steps, but this is the core procedure as taught to the 7th grade students in my school. I collaborated with a science teacher to focus on the main steps and simplify the process so it would make a wearable shirt. I hope you like the design anyway.










SnowQueenVT


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So thats the scientific method! Makes sense.Lotta work. Lets grow up to be artists instead!

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

fishbiscuit5


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SnowQueenVT wrote:So thats the scientific method! Makes sense.Lotta work. Lets grow up to be artists instead!


I'm with you, SnowQueen! We did a worm experiment in class today with the kids. Eeeeewww!!! I rather be an artist too!










SnowQueenVT


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fishbiscuit5 wrote:I'm with you, SnowQueen! We did a worm experiment in class today with the kids. Eeeeewww!!! I rather be an artist too!


Thanks Fishy. I was feeling like I was back in 7th grade here this week and this has been one loooong science class!!!!!


Oh yeah, worms? Thats grody. I like worms. Sorry for you today with that! Ewww and stuff!

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

fishbiscuit5


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SnowQueenVT wrote:Thanks Fishy. I was feeling like I was back in 7th grade here this week and this has been one loooong science class!!!!!


Oh yeah, worms? Thats grody. I like worms. Sorry for you today with that! Ewww and stuff!


Thankfully I didn't have to touch them or anything, but they were squirmy and dirty and grosss!!! Kids loved it, of course.










SnowQueenVT


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fishbiscuit5 wrote:Thankfully I didn't have to touch them or anything, but they were squirmy and dirty and grosss!!! Kids loved it, of course.

(RE Fishbiscuits had to use worms with kids in a class today)
All over now, I was picturing that you had to cut them up,!! Sounds like the worms survived to writhe another day?

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

fishbiscuit5


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SnowQueenVT wrote:(RE Fishbiscuits had to use worms with kids in a class today)
All over now, I was picturing that you had to cut them up,!! Sounds like the worms survived to writhe another day?


Oh! No animals, or gross squirmy things, were harmed in this experiment! We were just changing variables and observing how the worms responded to different stimuli. They are alive and well!










SnowQueenVT


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fishbiscuit5 wrote:Oh! No animals, or gross squirmy things, were harmed in this experiment! We were just changing variables and observing how the worms responded to different stimulus. They are alive and well!


Excellent,eeeeexcellent!!

http://www.wix.com/scottgreenip/snowqueenvt

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