do some genetic tests to show that a snail is an
(or "bug") as you called it such in the static electricity
experiment. maybe you could just do some homology tests,
like for example the snail's legs are similar to an
ant's... hm wait a second...
- Rob (student)
Purpose: The purpose
of this experiment is to classify a snail as a 'bug' or something else
by means of comparative anatomy.
Scientific AmeriKen proclaimed a snail as a bug on the March 18 experiment
Strength of Static Electricity, it must be the hypothesis of this
experiment to support the previous statement and proclaim that a snail
is indeed a bug.
for this experiment is a snail, bug optional, a dissection kit (included
is a scalpel, forceps, scissors, and a pin) and a pen and paper.
label and describe the external structures of the snail. This should be
all that is needed to determine whether a snail is a bug or not. Further
experimentation may include removal of the shell and incision and description
of the internal structures.
Internal structures could not be determined
due to excessive amounts of snail slime.
External structures of a snail
External structures inside of shell. Actual
Conclusion: By comparison to what is
to Scientific AmeriKen
"Trash the songs and animated GIFs.
might also want to spell check."
|considered a "true bug" (picture on right) it is apparent
that Scientific AmeriKen is wrong in calling a snail a bug. In recognition
of this fact, Scientific AmeriKen will award Rob his choice of music in