Can you bring buckyballs on a plane?
Well, it is a chemical but non-hazardous. If you put it in checked luggage there should not be a problem.
Well, in the literal terms, you can physically bring fruit on a plane. But the real question is 'Can you bring fruit on a plane, and is it legal?' Well, that depends. If you buy fruit AFTER you have been checked, then yes you can legally bring fruit on a plane. Also, you can bring unpeeled fruit from "home" on the plane, but the already peeled or eaten food has to be wrapped.
From to the Buckyballs official website: "We haven't heard of a single case in which Buckyballs erased or affected electronics, including from the many computer stores where Buckyballs are retailed. Better safe than sorry though; Keep Buckyballs at least a few inches away from anything that might have a magnetic storage device in or on it, including computers, cassette tapes, credit cards and hotel room keys. "
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Yes, you can bring a bat to an airport. When you get there the security may stop you and ask you about it, but if you have a legitimate answer they will allow it. You can not bring the bat on the plane though, you must have the TSA put it under the plane for you when you go through security. You may bring it but it may not be accessible by anyone on the…