I am given a milk carton (the small kind you drink in schools), and need to protect an egg by adding what ever I can inside the milk carton (nothing can be outside it). my teacher will first: 1) Drop it from the ceiling (9ft, 2.7 meters) 2) Drop a 16lb (7kg) bowling ball on it from a height of about a meter 3) Sling it a wall (really really fast) 4....) Keep slinging it at a wall (for extra credit) until the egg breaks What do you think is the best way to make the egg unbreakable? I plan on buying some metal from Home Depot and welding it into a frame that'll fit snugly into the box. After that, I plan on surrounding the egg in something really soft (like cotton balls, possibly shaving cream?). On the layer around that, I'll put something a bit harder, like bubble wrap. Around that, I'll put like crumpled paper. Does this sound good? Also, do you think the weight of the metal frame matters? I think it should be lighter because a heavier frame means more kinetic energy, which is going to be transferred into the egg when it impacts the floor/wall (not the bowling ball, obviously). Any suggestions, ideas?