|The Ivory Soap Experiment|
The bar would melt.
The second experiment involved a watermelon. Miranda and David set the experiment up by naming it, telling the date of the experiment, what they plan to do, and then they construct their hypothesis as to how this experiment will turn out. For example, the watermelon was to be thrown off of a balcony and David did not know what would happen to it. His fear was that he would get watermelon all over himself. When Miranda assured him there would be no juicy, pink splash, he lost his fear of the experiment, so quicker than she could run to grab her camera, the watermelon went tumbling over the railing.
Thus we have no pictures, and no outside observers, but we had a delicious end to the experiment, everyone with their spoons.
For the fourth experiment, I want to submerge an egg in vinegar for a couple of days and see what happens, but David won't be back to the cabin until the weekend. I can hardly wait until he arrives.