Help make the world a better place with Science! Science shows no mercy to war criminals and neither does Steve De’ak. Student ‘truthers’ (aged between 13 to 18) can promote Steve De’ak’s ‘9/11 Crash Test’ project by entering the following Google Science competition:
Google’s Science Competition Announcement:
We’re extremely lucky to partner with LEGO Education, National Geographic, Scientific American and Virgin Galactic to offer some unbelievable awards.
If your Science Fair submission is something you built to solve an engineering challenge, you’ll be eligible to win the Virgin Galactic Pioneer Award or the LEGO® Education Builder Award.
For example, you could demonstrate Steve’s De’aks “9/11 Crash Test” project – in small scale model form to illustrate the challenges that such a test might face: http://911crashtest.org
If your project offers a new way to look at the world, asking questions and answering them with experimentation, you’ll be eligible to win the National Geographic Explorer Award or Scientific American Innovator Award.
For example, you could produce a movie to help raise awareness of the need for Science to bring peace into the world. You can express how “science shows no mercy to war criminals” by developing the following movie script into an animated movie: “The Sound of Muslims – with Zombies!”: https://truthermusical.wordpress.com
The 16 global finalists, along with a parent or guardian, will travel to Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA to present their project to the judges and compete for the awards listed above.
The Google Science Fair is a global online science and engineering competition open to individuals and teams from ages 13 to 18. Submit a science or engineering project and win unbelievable prizes. To find out more about exactly what you need to do to enter, check out the For Participants section.