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CWSF 2008 - Ottawa, Ontario

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Here's a chance to meet the girl behind the illusions. My name's Chloe Halpenny. I'm a seventh grade student at St. Mary's French Immersion in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. I'm not only a science geek; I like to do other things too. I enjoy competitive dance, hanging out with my friends, and just having fun! I'm a very busy girl. When I'm not at science fairs, I'm competing in public speaking contests, volunteering at a nursing home, travelling with my dance school, at a Spanish class, or doing just about anything else I can find. I love to travel, and want to see as many places as possible. This summer, I have the opportunity to go on an exchange to France, which I am ecstatic about! I've already been to the Dominican Republic, Florida, New York City, and now the nation's capital! In the future, I'm looking forward to going to highschool, possibly an IB program, and later to a good university (somewhere abroad?). There are many things which I aspire to be when I get older: a lawyer, an author, and maybe even a dancer. However, right now I think I'm going to work on winning this science fair!

Chloe Halpenny

Optical Illusions: Can you grow out of them?
Division:Physical & Mathematical Sciences / None
Region:Algoma Rotary
City:Goulais River, ON
School:St. Mary's French Immersion School
Abstract:My project, "Optical Illusions: Can you grow out of them", explored whether or not the age of a person changes the way they perceive an optical illusion. I've included everything from the raw information, to graphs, to the illusions themselves!

Awards Value
Honourable Mention - Life Sciences
Sponsor: Pfizer Canada