Good teachers make students wonder.
Amazing water tricks.
How accurate are our hands as thermometers? Will something that feels hot melt ice faster? Interesting video.
A fun experiment to try.
Here’s one video…
Demonstration of Lenz’s Law with (relatively) simple tools – a copper pipe and a spherical magnet.
Not sure if common magnets of other shapes work.
A lesson where I demonstrated how water can boil below 100 degree celsius under partial vacuum. The theory is that as atmospheric pressure decreases, it is actually “easier” for water to boil.
Was shown this video by one of my bosses on the topic of Leadership. I went on to show it to some of my team members, and was quite surprised by the diverse reactions and thoughts. I also thought I wasn’t able to handle those unexpected reactions very well. After so many years, I think I am able to make better sense of the video and my team members’ reaction 5 years ago. Keeping this video here for future use.
Name of Video: Going Green.
CG animated short film by Thiago S. Aranha. Made for the Digital Film and Animation MA at the London Metropolitan University.