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Fun Science for Friday Nights


Here’s the deal… to go out and make the best and most fun science beats for our audience to enjoy, even on a Friday night, we had to put only two videos per page.

So, we are continuing the amazing fun science series from Youtube.com first. Fun Science on Youtube deserves the utmost respect for not only inspiring this series here on our science ezine but showing us all that science is easy, fun and amazing.

Sound is crazy cool, discover the audible world.

Randomness, so important and YES… fun!

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