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Bubble gum

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Makeda Shiferaw

on 4 March 2013

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BUBBLE GUM Fun Facts bubble gum wall locations gum wall history gum wall facts negative gum *Which of these areas of technology best classifies the artifact?
Production, which includes manufacturing bubble gum history fun gum "Bubble gum was invented by Frank Henry Fleer in 1906, but was not successful; the formulation of Fleer's "Blibber-Blubber," was too sticky. In 1928, Walter E. Diemer invented a superior formulation for bubble gum, which he called " Double Bubble."" The first bubble gum made was named 'Blibber-Blubber Now it is something to chew for pleasure and flavor! Gum is mainly used to chew but it can be bad too. . . . Some of the largest bubble gum walls are in Washington Seattle. Gum Wall has its beginning in the early 1990s, when people, irritated that they had to wait in line to get tickets to the theater, stuck chewing gum on the wall. At first, they would use the gum to stick small coins to the wall, but in time, the tradition of the coins disappeared, and the gum remained. Gum walls can get pretty tall, some gum walls are 17 feet some are 50! BY: MADELIN LEE & MAKEDA SHIFERAW A average human chews around 300 sticks of gum in a year. "DUBBLE BUBBLE" what is the purpose of your artifact? bubble gum walls!

By all appearances, the gum is holding up quite well. Rain or freezing temperatures have little or no effect on the clumps. Some other ones are in San Francisco. Before there was no purpose in chewing gum. It was originally designed as a candy that never left. Although it does help strengthen the jaw muscles Chewing gum causes unnecessary wear and tear of the cartilage that acts as a shock absorber in your jaw joints. Once damaged, this area can create pain and discomfort for a lifetime gum questions in conclusion,
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:) *Gum has effected us in a good way because it helps with concentration
Chewing gum is said to keep you from crying, and helps in concentration. Gum cost 35 cents for one pack in the 1950s gum chart Science: The ingredients to make gum.
Tech: The chemicals which allow gum to bend.
Engineering: Creating the gum.( Idea, flavor etc )
Art: The pattern of lines on the gum, and color.
Math: The size and how thick the gum is.
Medical: Chewing gum can effect your teeth and jaw.
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