they test it by doing lots of crashing
No its not illegal,scientists carry out multiple tests.
Scientists carry out pH tests on a whole range of substances to ascetain their acidity or alkalinity
Consumer Product Safety Act (1972): Established the Consumer Product Safety Commission and gave it broad powers to carry out product tests, set safety standards, ban or seize hazardous products
"The Hyundai Veracruz was given the rating of 5 stars out of 5 stars in the 2010 safety tests. However, it has not been tested in the 2011 safety tests."
The repeated tests done by scientists to discover or demonstrate something is called experiments.
Of course they use water. In specific instances, they may use other solvents. It all depends what they want to dissolve.
The tests used to verify product safety are different, depending on the nature of the product being tested.
Scientists conduct raw research on Antarctica, so whatever tests are conducted simply insure that the scientist is collecting the desired and appropriate data.
Scientists are still conducting tests.
they perform genetic tests on bananas
No. No safety inspections either.
Cars go through many different safety tests before they are allowed to be mass produced. This includes airbag testing, child safety tests, head restraint testing, crashworthiness, roof strength, brake systems, and moderate overlap frontal test.
A code scripter or notepad(you need a script finder though)
They can carry out most tests with just a few drops. They ask for a substantial quantity so they can carry out multiple tests.
The scientists who have been doing studies and tests on the Shroud of Turin are Italian.