1st place Egg Drop project ideas- using SCIENCE

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  • Published on May 27, 2015

  • 5 designs guaranteed to win 1st place or your money back. I hope you enjoy the video and learn something new like I did when I made it. Feel free to share with any one who likes to learn science or is in a High School Physics class! MUSIC- All of the awesome music in this video was created by the one and only Danijel Zambo- Check him out on SoundCloud- https://soundcloud.com/danijel-zambo PLEASE CONSIDER SUBSCRIBING: http://tinyurl.com/MarkRober-Sub ****************************************­ I make videos like this once a month all year long while supplies last: CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL: http://tinyurl.com/MarkRober-YouTube FACEBOOK ME: https://www.facebook.com/MarkRoberYou... FOLLOW ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/#!/MarkRober
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  • Ms. Army
    Ms. Army 2 months ago

    I’m saving this video until I get to high school!

  • Le boss Cat
    Le boss Cat 2 months ago

    All the dislikes are from Wendy’s employees

  • vrticle
    vrticle 1 month ago

    Kylie Jenner's egg was so strong it beat her on instagram

  • Pikalop
    Pikalop 2 months ago (edited)

    "My favorite class was physics."

  • Ronan C
    Ronan C 1 year ago

    I remember we did this at a summer camp and we had to throw it over a wall, I put mine in a box and taped it up so much you'd have to stab the box just to start the cutting process, so when mine landed everyone was like "I heard it crack" but I just said "the egg is neither dead, nor alive. And it is both alive and dead at the same time"

  • William Tew
    William Tew 2 months ago

    I love how he casually just took 20 Wendy straws

  • Luke Skywalker
    Luke Skywalker 2 months ago

    This gives me more info about science and math in a day than in a semester in my school.

  • Gabriella `3`
    Gabriella `3` 1 month ago

    I swear you are a better teacher than my actual teacher 😂

  • Dusky Racer
    Dusky Racer 2 months ago

    NASA is hosting this same competition but the egg has to fall from an orbit

  • Random Chicken
    Random Chicken 3 months ago (edited)

    thank you for protecting my children

  • RyanWuzHere L.B
    RyanWuzHere L.B 2 months ago

    In 8th grade we just got a box and poked some holes in it, and slid panty hose in through them. Then put the egg in and basically made it a trampoline to where the panty hose absorbed the full impact both up and down.

  • Rusty Shackleford
    Rusty Shackleford 2 months ago (edited)

    I won the egg drop competition in my high school physics class. I had the cheapest and easiest contraption too. I took two stiff foam bricks from an arts and craft store. Dug out about a half egg shape on each brick in the center where it firmly held the egg when pressed together. I then wrapped it in tape. I made the thing in class right before the competition in about 1 minute just to prove the competition was easy. The egg can't break it there is no where for it to go and the foam would absorb the force of the impact.

  • C.O.P. Gamer
    C.O.P. Gamer 2 months ago

    no eggs were harmed in the making of this video

  • Just Someone
    Just Someone 2 months ago

    Thank you for doing my project. Now, whats the science behind my algebra exam?

  • Xe M
    Xe M 3 years ago (edited)

    Or if you are really smart, you can modify the gene in the chick's DNA that codes the production of egg shells to make it create multi-layered graphene shells that withstand the weight of a military tank.

  • Razvan Tepeneu
    Razvan Tepeneu 2 months ago


  • yyangcn
    yyangcn 1 month ago

    During my engineering design class we had a mini project where we did the "inverse" egg drop, meaning instead of dropping the egg, we drop a 25lb weight on the egg from 4 ft. Our task was to design and make a protective cushion that's cheapest in terms of material and labor. We tried a couple things, from wood to lexan to straws. What turned out to be the cheapest we could do, is to buy these paper tubes used in packaging. We select a certain diameter, and cut them to appropriate length and then put the egg in the center. The material is sturdy but still malleable enough that it can absorb all of the energy during the impact while maintaining stability (no bouncing around).

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    Gigaboom _ 2 months ago


  • The Challenger
    The Challenger 1 month ago

    No eggs were harmed in the making of this video

  • JackHarkness42
    JackHarkness42 2 years ago

    My school had an egg drop contest where the rules were to use anything you could, but nothing electric was allowed. If your egg broke, you lost. The contest was outside. My friend was a genius: he tied it to helium balloons and let it float away.