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Playtime with Parachutes | Physics for Kids

Playtime with Parachutes | Physics for Kids

Have you ever played under a parachute at school? You and your friends hold on the edge, flip it up toward the sky, and then slip inside and watch it slowly float down on top of you. Or maybe you’ve seen a skydiver jump out of an airplane! After he jumps, he falls through the […]

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Firework Milk With Kendall The Scientist

Firework Milk With Kendall The Scientist

Hi this is Kendall the scientist and today we’re gonna be doing… Actually I have no idea what we’re gonna be doing but my mom said that she would lead me through it. So the ingredients I have it’s this container of milk, this q-tip, a plate, some dish soap and then these four food […]

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Intro to factors & divisibility | Mathematics II | High School Math | Khan Academy
“Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

“Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

00:00 NYX: What number I got here? RAMSES: Eight! DR. DIANE: I have seen evidence of telepathy in many people. 00:13 COMM: Meet five-year-old Ramses Sanguino, his mother believes he’s a child genius. 00:20 COMM: She considers him a savant. A rare individual that has remarkable talents that defy their age and experience. 00:28 NYX: […]

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System of equations word problem: no solution | Mathematics I | High School Math | Khan Academy
How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Leonardo Silva Hello. So I’m here to tell you that what you have believed about your own potential has changed what you have learned, and continues to do that, continues to change your learning, and your experiences. So, how many people here — let’s get a show of hands — have […]

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Fun With Bubbles! | Physics for Kids

Fun With Bubbles! | Physics for Kids

Today at the Fort, we’re blowing bubbles! This is an official summer fun alert! If you’ve had a chance to blow bubbles at school, or in your backyard, then you know that it can be really fun to make them — and pop them! And they’re also a pretty cool way to learn some science! […]

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A Day in the Life: Stanford Computer Science Student
Free body diagram with angled forces: worked example | AP Physics 1 | Khan Academy