The scientific method might be responsible for glorious human advancements like modern medicine and space travel, but when's the last time it got you drunk or kept you from getting chlamydia? Applying science to the big issues, MyScienceProject.
Based in the citadel of learning that is Pompano Beach, MSP posits questions that straddle the line between pragmatic and dumb, then goes to absurdly rigorous lengths to determine the answers. Bask in the light of their knowledge:
What is the ultimate Jell-O shot? "The purpose of this experiment was to determine the highest possible concentration of alcohol...while still maintaining the structural integrity (of the Jell-O)" -- which, at 4x the alcohol content of regular Jello-O shots, proved to be "much, much more than we would have guessed".
How many condoms can you wear at once? Using a dildo and a bulk box of condoms, MSP proceeded to go far beyond double-bagging: "By...the 300 condom mark, the dildo had become so top heavy it could not stand upright unsupported". By 625, they had a 17-inch, 3lb, 5oz fake wang -- but sadly for the paranoid, "the pressure exerted by the condoms would result in constriction...and probable tissue damage".
How do you put a head on your (bottled or canned) Guinness? Emulating a UK device that uses ultrasonic waves to achieve head without a nitrogen tap system, MSP tested a regular electric toothbrush, an ultrasonic toothbrush, and an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner. The ultrasonic toothbrush beat out the ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, proving once again that everything in SkyMall is useless.
On another gelatinous note: in case you were wondering how to nail Jell-O to a wall, MSP found that adding licorice merely made it "crazy delicious", while adding Ramen noodles or plastic mesh stabilized it enough to keep it hanging -- though if your apartment's so disgusting you've got aging dessert affixed to your wall, you'll soon be thanking God for modern medicine.