In the mean time we took a look at the transparent eggs.
These are about 6 hours into the process
I'll post the "normal" 72 hour eggs as soon as they finish (the ones we had got "exploded" before I got pictures of them, so I'll get the ones pictured above once they are finished with the process.
the finished ones that didn't get exploded turned into another eggsperiment..
We wondered how much of the food color would be absorbed by the egg membrane and pass into the egg itself (if any, remember this is science so we always have to ask questions...Oh and if your wondering, even though they are called rubber eggs, they don't really bounce on the driveway if you drop them over 6 inches...yes, we had to try it)
Anyway, here are the eggs in a couple of different stages of developement, the green and red have already had the shells completely dissolved while the blue is not yet at the 72 hour mark.