[Krampf Experiment, Three Holes

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Robert Krampf's Experiment of the Week
Three Holes

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This Week's Experiment: Three Holes

This week's experiment is much easier to describe through photos, so I have put it on The Happy Scientist website.  You can find it at:

It is a simple experiment that gives you a chance to practice your scientific thinking skills.  Think carefully, because the answer may not be what you think.

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