Videos Posts 6–10 of 11

  • Eli and Isaac Turn My Kneeling Chair Into a Fun Scooter for Two


    I got a kneeling chair as a Christmas gift from my mother-in-law. It’s something I’ve wanted for a while for work since normal office chairs hurt my back after a while.

    I didn’t expect, however, for the kids to love it so much. After much fighting over the chair, the kids finally found a way they could both enjoy it.

  • Common Physics Misconceptions Explained in 2 Minutes


    I went to a pretty good high school (cough, IB, cough) and I had a pretty great physics teacher. Yet we never went over anything like this video in our physics class. And it’s too bad because I think it would have really made physics that much more interesting.

  • Goodnight Moon Errata


    I’ve been reading Goodnight Moon for over three years now. While it is clearly a masterpiece on par with War and Peace, certain things about the story have always bugged me. For example, at the end of the book it goes “Goodnight clocks, goodnight socks” but the socks are never actually introduced in the beginning of the book. Also, the cats seem oblivious to the fact that there is a mouse running all over the room.

  • Bill Nye Says Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Kids


    In a short video embedded below, Bill Nye of Science Guy fame reminds us that America is the world’s most technologically advanced country but we are also home to a uniquely large population of people who refuse to accept the fundamental scientific theory of evolution.

    Nye explains that disbelief in evolution forces disbelievers to construct a wildly untenable theory of their own. If that belief is passed on to future generations, he said, America will be deprived of the scientists and engineers it needs to stay technologically competitive in the future.

  • The Internet Makes a 9 Year Old's Day


    This is an amazingly touching story of 9 year old boy named Caine who built his own arcade out of used cardboard boxes in his dad's auto parts store. After months of having no customers, the power of the internet brought hundreds of people from across LA to his homemade arcade.