The Egg Crusher
The Egg Crusher was made by me, Nick M. It needs a car track, an egg (or a ball representing an egg), a funnel, Lincoln Logs, and a frying pan. You first put the track hanging from a desk, going down into a funnel. Under the track, put the Lincoln Logs in a tower, supporting the track. Last, put the funnel touching the pan, with lots of Lincoln Logs supporting the back. Then, push the egg down the track and TADA! Fried eggs.
The next topic is how it looks. It doesn’t look like anything special, like a track going into a funnel with Lincoln Logs as a support and a barricade. The benefits aren’t much; it is just easier not to get your hands dirty by pushing the egg down the tracks, and will be a lot easier than cracking it and accidentally breaking the shell into the pan.
Last, the results came out very well. The egg went into the funnel three out of four times. It fell out only once. It was thought up when I was playing with my car tracks. My friend, Jon, helped me find the idea also.
In the last topic, the benefits would be that the screen in the funnel protecting the shell would make only the egg liquid go into the pan. All in all, that is what my science project does. Thank you for your cooperation.