3D40.65 - Bull-Roarer
Make sure that good quality string or wire is used for the Bullroarer so that there is no danger of it flying off when whirled overhead.
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- Jearl Walker, "3.81, Australian Bullroarer", The Flying Circus of Physics Ed. 2, p. 177.
- Cash, Parker, and Taylor, "Make a Bull-Roarer", 175 More Science Experiments, p. 31.
- "The Bull Roarer", PIRA News, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 14.
- Brown, Science for You - 112 Illustrated Experiments, p. 56.
- Joey Green, "Sonic Blaster", The Mad Scientist Handbook, Vol. 2, p. 95.
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