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Science Bob: The Lincoln High Dive

You can count on Science Bob to come up with fun demonstrations and experiments with common objects to explain scientific concepts.
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You can count on Science Bob to come up with fun demonstrations and experiments with common objects to explain scientific concepts. This one is a demonstration of Newton’s First Law of Physics. His instructions are clear and the diagrams show exactly what to do to make a penny dive into a canister of water. He explains why this works and how Newton’s law applies. He goes on to explain why this is a demonstration, and gives suggestions on how to make it into an experiment.

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