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Hi Mr. Krampf I was wondering 2 things. For starters I am a girl and my chin is not round. Second when people get knots in your body how are those made? Thanks for the videos I have been homeschooling for all my life but your videos have really helped me learn science!!
Bone structure changes as you age, so you might be able to see the difference more strongly by looking at adult's chins.
When people talk about having a knot in their back, they are usually talking about a muscle that is spasming, and won't relax.
This is an awesome video! I learned a lot from it. Great job!
am i the only one who thought for a split second that the owl was real?
I love this video! But I miss the bloopers!
A couple of questions for you, Mr. Krampf. Is there a way to tell if someone was obese or very skinny by looking at the bones? Also, how can you tell how old an adult is if all their bones have been fused together? This was a wonderful video, thanks for sharing!
Hannah Age 12
Hey people in the world! So I bet you watched this video. This is a great video. It helped me a lot in science so,thank you the staff who did this video. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
were all watching you at school
It says it is for subscriber's only.
Thanks for letting me know. It is fixed now.
Nice tarantula on your computer screen. At least, I think it's a tarantula. Oh, well.
Hannah Age 11
skeltons are nice
i think that it might be a tarantula too but what am i saying i cant even tell raspberries apart from blackberries so i am going with your idea about the tarantula
I'm a girl and my chin doesn't feel so round... why?
Hadassah, age 13 homeschooler
Hey, I'm a girl too, and it doesn't feel round with me. Just wait until you get older. Yay, fellow homeschooler!!!2
Hannah, age 12 homeschooler
Your skeleton is still growing, so its shape will vary. Adult skulls are much easier to read.
how often do u make new science videos??????
if i have already asked this question please answer again because i forgot which one [if i did already ask]!
thanks a million
I make them as frequently as possible, and some take longer than others. For example, the Rocks video took more than 3 weeks and quite a bit of travel, while the Haunted Pumpkin video was easy to shoot and edit in one day. And of course, all the other parts of the site, from web design to tech support take time too. It is sometimes a challenge with the site being a "one man show", but I enjoy it all.
thanks for ur time!
Loved this video. Just what I need to get the students attention.
For some reason this video is not working right now. All I can see is the skull. I hope that I can come back to get a good look at it when it is working properly. I don't know if it is on your end or mine.
If the players at the casino that you gamble at does not have the proper casino license then you should gamble elsewhere.
I checked, and things are OK on this end. If you are using Internet Explorer 8 or 9, be sure that you have compatibility mode turned on. Also, try clearing the cache on your web browser. If that does not fix it, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This vid was really cool! I had no idea you could tell which is the dominant hand, I thought that stuff was only for humor in TV shows! :D
Also, I'm sorry to bug you, but the spam filter always tries to stop me. I've tried making every change I could think of, and nothing happens! :( Please help I love your website and I want to comment easily!
Dear Mr. Krampf ,
Do you have any other experiments with Holiday themes? I really like your videos & how some of them match the Holidays! Thank you!!!
Several people have asked for a Thanksgiving video, and I am researching some ideas. Any suggestions?
You should make a video on what the Indians told the pilgrims to do. They told them to put fish heads under their corn to make it grow. This made the pilgrims have a great harvest thus they invited the Indians to celebrate. Thanksgiving! Why do fish heads nurish the soil so well as opposed to just normal old soil?
In case a "fish head" is too gross to put in a video, you could just do a piece of fish that's not the head. :)
Loved learning this! So cool! Your website is really awesome.
Sorry to bug you again but I have a liiiiiittttle problam. I'm out of videos....... No really I've watched ALL of your videos 2 times !!!!!! I need new ones FAST PLEASE!! Thanks !!!
Olivia 12 (AGAIN)
Wonderful! I am working on some new videos right now. In the mean time, have you read any of the written experiments? On each of the category pages (Life Science, Chemical Science, etc.), on the right hand side of the page is a list of written experiments from that category. There are LOTS of fun things to try while you are waiting for more videos.
Enjoyed watching with my littles and bigs. We got a kick out of saying the big words together.
Dear Mr. Kramph,
I was just thinking the other day about how many people love your videos & lots of people have a favorite. So I was just wondering out of all the videos you have done, which one is YOUR favorite? I think mine is the haunted pumpkin. Thank You!!
That is a difficult question! I probably had the most fun making the Radioactive video, but the Rocks video is the one I am most pleased with. It took quite a bit of special effects to get that one to work the way I wanted it to. I'm glad you like this one. I had a lot of fun putting it together.
Which video is the rock video? You made me curious and I have looked for it on your site, but can't figure out which rock one it is.
You will find the Rocks video here: http://thehappyscientist.com/science-video/rocks
wow watching csi and i realise they made a mistake after watching this
I love your Halloween videos. It gives me an idea for an appropriate Halloween activity that is appropriate for the season, fits right in with our lessons and the students will love trying to read a skeleton. Thank you.
like it! Can't wait to share this video with my little 3rd grade monsters. Thank you
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