Oh my goodness, these boys do such a good job of this! Some parts are hysterical! Be sure to also check out the calculus carol here and the physics and science carols here. Who says high school math and science can’t still be silly and fun?!
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Victoria has been asking us about the Higgs Boson and she unfortunately knew more about it than I did. I stumbled on this cute little video where a physicist explains it. It still is only slightly clearer than sewage sludge to me, but I thought it was well done nonetheless! What do you think of [...]
Here’s a little video to explain it all in a fun way. What are you going to do with your extra day?
Someone commented on this video that she just wanted to share the gospel with this kid. I know a lot of people have posted the whole “it gets better” thing for all the kids getting bullied. But you know what? Kids shouldn’t have to get enough religion that they can bear to stand their lives [...]
I just watched this commencement speech that Steve Jobs gave at Stanford in 2005. I learned a lot about him that I never knew and was so moved. I highly recommend listening to this wise man’s three stories… RIP Steve Jobs.
In honor of all those HP fans out there, I had to share this delightful video of Daniel Radcliffe singing the periodic table of elements. Enjoy!
There’s a fun young woman named Vi Hart who created a couple of very different diversions I wanted to share today. First, she made this quirky video about binary trees and chopped heads here… And she also wrote a seven-movement piece about Harry Potter for her senior project at Stony Brook University. The first song [...]
We took a trip to a nearby state park last week and it was so nice! We had snow and dreary weather forecast for the foreseeable future, so we figured we should take advantage of the last nice day and really make the most of it. The kids explored the woods, climbed trees, skipped [...]
I stumbled onto this video about the Science Cheerleaders, who say they’re “busting down the stereotypes.” I admit that these women have amazing credentials and they obviously are showing that cheerleaders can be intelligent, educated women. I’m not sure they’re busting down as many stereotypes as they think though. What do you think?