Make a barometer
A baramoter measures atmospheric pressure which is useful in forecasting the weather. If the pressure is high, the weather is stable, but low-pressure usually means a weather shift. Make a homemade barometer so you can try to predict the weather!
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Chemists examine how atoms attach, break apart, and reconnect to create different molecular structures. With our powers, we can create both really helpful and really horrible things.
Meteorologists collect data to study the forces at work in the Earth's atmosphere. We track temperature, pressure, moisture, and movement, on a quest to predict the unpredictable.
Heat-energy-motion! By their powers combined, they are Thermodynamics!
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