Lelan Oldham and Kayden Klassen apply elastic band to a pumpkin in order to make it split in two. (Eagle River Secondary/Facebook)

Lelan Oldham and Kayden Klassen apply elastic band to a pumpkin in order to make it split in two. (Eagle River Secondary/Facebook)

Sicamous high school students make pumpkins explode

A sesonal science project tested how many elastic bands a pumpkin could withstand

Sicamous High School students conducted a seasonal science experiment by seeing how much force exerted by elastic bands it takes to make a pumpkin explode on Oct. 30.


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Weston Terrazas and Craig Fenske and Anica Lanesee how many elastic bands it takes to make a pumpkin split in two. (Eagle River Secondary/ Facebook)

Weston Terrazas and Craig Fenske and Anica Lanesee how many elastic bands it takes to make a pumpkin split in two. (Eagle River Secondary/ Facebook)