10 Dollar 10 Minute Projects – Build a Hovercraft

We’ve all seen videos of a hovercraft skimming across land and sea and, at some point or another, have desperately wanted to take a ride in one. While this simple demonstration won’t exactly get you gliding over all types of

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Moving Mountains and Motivating Children

So great a part of knowledge and ability is the encouragement that exists behind it. Often, this nourishment isn’t obviously seen. It is noticed more so through perseverance, determination, and the ability to try once more after failure or rejection.

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Pong Ball Project – 10 Dollar 10 Minute Projects

Pong Ball Physics Project Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli contributed vastly to the world of probability in the mid-18th century. His name lives on, however, not in a statistics formula, but in a principle of fluid mechanics by which we are

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Dreaming of Changing the World?

We Had a Dream, a Dream of Changing the World Try and recall your earliest memory. It’s hard. I mean there’s your scrapes, your bruises, your birthday parties, your moments of growth and of learning, your challenging of your fears.

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Penny Battery -10 Dollar 10 Minute Projects

Penny Battery How-to The 10 minute guide to creating portable energy out of the most simple materials. The penny battery process courtesy of Grant Thomson. What you’ll need: Pennies (Dated after 1982) Cardboard Vinegar Sandpaper/ Electric sander Aluminum foil To

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The Ridicule and Vindication of Revolutionizing Technology

Google’s Attempt at Revolutionizing Technology If you haven’t heard of Project Glass by now, or more commonly, Google’s attempt at revolutionizing technology’s entire appearance through head ware, then all of this may come off as a little, shocking. Essentially, what

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Encouraging Children to Dream for the Future

Encouraging Children via Society As children, we were raised to dream. Although we envisioned a future workforce composed of scientists, veterinarians, astronauts, teachers, we dreamed nonetheless, unaltered by reality. These were, and to a large part still are, our hero

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Taylor Wilson and The Creation of Future Technology

Looking to the Past and the Future Now here’s a kid we could all learn from: Taylor Wilson. At age fourteen, just before graduating middle school, Wilson constructed a nuclear fusion reactor in his parent’s garage, dubbing him the “youngest

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Is growth stalling? – Teaching Technology

The Rate of Progress It seems more and more difficult to believe that as a society, as a growing human race, that there still exists a pool of knowledge out there that we as a people can wade out into,

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Inspiring Kids and The future Generation

Inspiring kids is an art. Inspiration is one of those things that people crave. They see others have discovered what they seek and are astonished at how he/she has arrived there. Once they analyze ones success and scrutinize every aspect

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