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A standard CHaOS experiment, useable for all hands-on events.

Journey to the Centre of the Earth

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Go on a journey to the centre of the Earth using rock samples from deep in the Earth and outer space.

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** How to demonstrate without being an x **

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Often you may have to demonstrate an experiment with which you have no knowledge about, there are lots of ways to use the experiments to talk about science and experiments without being competent at the subject.

Demonstrating without knowing
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** How to Busk **

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Taking experiments out of the venue to convince passersby to turn up.

Recruiting passersby by experiments.
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** How to Float **

Keeping demonstrators happy.
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** CHaOS with additional needs **

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Advice for how to demonstrate experiments without speaking, seeing or anything else this may be for children who aren't fluent in English, have special educational requirements or various other reasons.

Guide to demonstrating via gestures
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Turtle Robots

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Learn the basics of robotics by teaching simple robots to move and draw.

These turtles want to draw you shapes.
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Pulsars

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An experiment to introduce children to pulsars, explain what they are and how they can be used as clocks and to find out about the interstellar medium.

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Air Streams (Plus)

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How can you make things float and fly on air alone?
Explore the physics of floating, lift and stability!

Newton's laws, stable equilibria, drag, lift, Magnus Effect
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Mould Effect (Self-Siphoning Beads)

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Why on earth do the beads have to go up to come down?! Watch them fly out of a beaker, looping and corkscrewing, and find out about the amazing Mould Effect!

Letting a chain pull itself out of a beaker under its own gravity
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The Game of Life

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Watch populations evolve from simple beginnings, explore stability of patterns and model a computer in one experiment on cellular automata. See even more complex patterns on a computer too!

A game about life.
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