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Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza
Cracking open science but not the egg: Max Perry, 5, tosses his cushioned egg creation over the railing of the second floor of the Terre Haute Children's Museum on Monday as part of the museum's science summer camp. Perry and his fellow summer science campers learned about the law of gravity by building cushions around eggs and then dropping them from the second floor to see if they could withstand impact. Perry's creation was successful in protecting the egg.