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  • whatexactlyistaint whatexactlyistaint May 30, 2013 9:26 AM Flag

    Science fair project

    Went to an elementary school last night with my kids for the science fair. One of the kids displayed an organic burger vs a McDonalds burger, left out after being cooked for a month. The organic beef burger grew all kinds of mold as it should. The McShitz burger didn't look any different after one month. I don't think this is food. I think this is caulking material disguised as food. It should be outlawed. Sorry fatties, your party is over.

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    • I too saw an elementary Science Fair exhibit where Wendy's, McD's, BK, and What-A-Burger hamburger wrappers were placed in a simulated land-fill for 1-year (credit to the parents for thinking ahead) ... the McD wrapper had decomposed the most however the volume including the clam-shell box indicated McD was the highest ... a subjective test but it shows where our kids are going with waste ... not overly-concerned about the preservatives ... extremely small and cleared by the FDA ... high fat content is a concern, but MCD's intro of the Egg-White McMuffin @ 250cals indicates a Corporate move towards healthier food (fyi ,,, the McMuffin is pretty good w/my Seniors free coffee)

    • THat was a bad experiment, I cannot believe this was allowed in a childs science fair. For one the organic hamburger was not cooked the same way as a McDonald hamburger. Scientist have already performed this experiment and did it correctly. They cooked the organic hamburger to the same moisture content of a McDonald hamburger and they found after a month and more of sitting out that neither one had decayed in anyway.

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