i know that your not a physist but i need help... you see i am a 13 year old child at east hoke middle, in joke county(28376. Now, this year i am working on a very complex science fair project... inwhich is to convert sound to light. now i have figure most of it out. or atleat i think... so, what i want to ask is if you will show this message to some of your science friends. please contact me at 910-273-9475 before january 20 2010. i will then give you the information. thank you
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December 30, 2009
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