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How can you drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it?

jt 2011/05/23 15:57:23
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  • prettygirlantonia 2013/05/10 16:24:14
    prettygirlantonia
    +3
    this is some botty
  • Keia 2013/01/31 21:19:43
    Keia
    +1
    WHAT IS. IS THIS TRUE
  • jumpboots 187th PIR 2011/07/21 04:22:06
    jumpboots 187th PIR
    Take it out of the shell..........
  • SoCalEx-Dem 2011/05/26 15:46:06
    SoCalEx-Dem
    It doesn't work, now who's going to clean up this mess?
  • angel 2011/05/26 00:03:21
    angel
    well concrete don't crack
  • Boo Gotti 2011/05/25 18:39:55
    Boo Gotti
    Freeze it..lol
  • lxbeale 2011/05/25 01:20:48
    lxbeale
    wrap it in a hell a lot of bubble wrap
  • ELLIE 2011/05/24 13:48:04
    ELLIE
    If you get the thinner end of the ends to go down first.
  • 2012 rick 2011/05/24 11:39:08
  • wolfshadow 2011/05/24 08:11:33
    wolfshadow
    +1
    Easy.... you can drop just about anything on a concrete floor and not crack it.

    Concrete is tough.
  • Welshtaff 2011/05/24 01:36:11
    Welshtaff
    Wrap it in 2 foot of bubble wrap
  • Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥ 2011/05/23 20:07:25
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    Really easy. Even a hard boiled egg would not crack a concrete floor, but a mushroom could.

    boiled egg crack concrete floor mushroom mushroom breaking concrete
  • _Ganjaa 2011/05/23 19:22:06
    _Ganjaa
    i had to do this is 6 grade. i made a comtraction out of rubber bands. i made a little safty belt for the egg so that it was suspended in the middle of an empty strawberry box( the clear one) then with the rest of the space put shredded napkins. closed it then attached it to a helium ballon to make the fall not so powerful.... goodluck I did it from a 12 foot building
  • cellophane 2011/05/23 18:51:46
    cellophane
    +1
    It takes more than a raw egg to crack a concrete floor.
  • Blip 2011/05/23 16:49:43
    Blip
    +1
    Just change the universal gravitational constant! Duh!

    change universal gravitational constant duh
  • Shark 2011/05/23 16:38:25
    Shark
    +1
    Freeze it first.
    Drop it from less than an inch away from the floor.
  • Ervol5 2011/05/23 16:32:51
    Ervol5
    +1
    I think it has to be dropped on it's end....
  • Rore73 2011/05/23 16:28:34
    Rore73
    +1
    That's a waste of a perfectly good egg!
  • Doc. J 2011/05/23 16:24:58
    Doc. J
    +4
    Leave it IN the chicken....
  • Pedro Doller ~Inc. 2011/05/23 16:23:07
    Pedro Doller ~Inc.
    +1
    Wrap them in bubblewrap.
  • Amy Jo 2011/05/23 16:17:56
    Amy Jo
    +1
    I didn't know it was possible, unless you boiled it or something. lol
  • -Echo- 2011/05/23 16:17:37
    -Echo-
    +2
    impossible
  • wolfshadow -Echo- 2011/05/24 08:12:41
    wolfshadow
    Why would an egg crack a concrete floor?
  • Ankit 2011/05/23 16:13:38
    Ankit
    +1
    keep the egg in vinegar for a day...... den go on with your experiment ........................
  • Xerxes 2011/05/23 16:09:49
    Xerxes
    +1
    you can't
  • Absynthe, Lady of Snakes 2011/05/23 16:01:19
  • Lerro DeHazel 2011/05/23 16:01:14
    Lerro DeHazel
    +2
    Concrete Floors are cracked with Air Hammers; NOT Eggs!!!
  • amcsquizzy 2011/05/23 16:01:14
    amcsquizzy
    +2
    drop it 1mm off the floor or drop in onto the rounded bit of the egg
  • SASUKE UCHIHA 2011/05/23 16:00:59

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