Congratulations! You have been fortunate enough to stumble on the Treetops Mad Science Fair submission page. This is your portal for entry into our First Annual Science Fair. Up until now, it was only a small community on a sub-reddit, your therapist and a blindly supportive parent that might have offered room for you to express your pseudo-scientific fanaticism. We ACTUALLY want you to come with your own science project.
FREE before 11pm with RSVP with an outrageous costume or science project, while supplies last. Come with your fiercest mad scientist looks, your free entry is dependent on it!
Not an early party-goer? Presales guarantee entry all night.
Guidelines for entry:
Many organisations fund serious scientific research but few capture the imagination that is central to science. We are seeking to plug the hole. How will we plug the hole? Maybe with a beaver made of tissue paper, or a really strong hairdryer, or a suction pump powered by children's disappointment.
The idea for your submission should exude absurdity, playfulness, stupidity, ingenuity and fun. Invisible paper, to go with your invisible ink. Or, 'How do forks work? An incredibly detailed analysis'.
Alternatively, we encourage you to make YOURSELF into said Science Project. Think insane hybrids. Maybe Mike Tyson combined with a Bunny Rabbit. Or Chocolate Ice Cream combined with the Empire State Building. Or a Very Very Very Sexy Watermelon.
There will be prizes in a variety of categories. The categories won't make sense. Some of the prizes will be money, some will be pudding, and some will be something else entirely.
As always, you will still be loved and admitted if your project is “Guy in a black t-shirt.” or “Girl who did her hair.", just not for free.
Atomically Explosive Dance party provided all night by:
DJ Pierre (inventor of Acid House!) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bicMOFbBMI
PONY // https://soundcloud.com/peterponyclement
Teddy Roosevelt // https://soundcloud.com/djteddyroosevelt
Dio Garcia // https://www.mixcloud.com/diojgarcia/
We look forward to seeing your works of scientific brilliance, and publishing the results in upcoming issues of Scientific American.
If you're bringing a science project, please email email@example.com with a description no fewer than four sentences long of your project. There are a limited number of these spots, and you will receive an email stating that you are confirmed for free entry if you are approved. Otherwise, you will need to buy a ticket.