Oreo cookie fueled model rocket and other candy propellants

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Oreo cookie fueled model rocket and other candy propellants

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Theodore Gray over on Popular Science launched a model rocket using Oreo cookies as fuel (Potassium perchlorate) – ” Food contains an amazing amount of energy. If you don’t believe it, feed candy to some kids and watch them bounce off the walls. Of course, tot-baiting is only one way to turn food energy into noise and destruction.”Link.

Related:
Candy Propellant Experiments – Link.

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