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Watch this video to see what we will be doing Next week in science and social studies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82VVUoaukRw. WHAT IS THE EGG DROP?!. Let’s see what JAMIE and ADAM have to say… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehVQM0I0PSU&feature=related
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Watch this video to see what we will be doing Next week in science and social studies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82VVUoaukRw WHAT IS THE EGG DROP?!
  • Let’s see what JAMIE and ADAM have to say…
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehVQM0I0PSU&feature=related
  • Now that you have watched this video we must first learn what we must think about before we make a contraption of our own..
  • An egg dropping makes me think of collisions, so lets examine…
  • Car Safety One Of The Most Overlooked Safety Items On Automobiles Is The Seat Belt! But there are still many others!! Safety Belts Perhaps one of the most overlooked safety items on automobiles is the seat belt. Most people do not give seat belts a second thought, but they should check them to insure their families safety. Seat belts are still the MOST effective means of reducing fatalities and serious injuries in a traffic crash. In fact, seat belts save over 10,000 lives in America every year. Safety Belts The sad fact is that yearly thousands of people still die in traffic crashes. When a vehicle is involved in a crash, passengers are still traveling at the vehicles original speed at the moment of impact. When the vehicle finally comes to a complete stop, unbelted passengers slam into the steering wheel, windshield or other part of the vehicle's interior. (Ouch!) Safety Belts Seat belts are your best protection in a crash. They are designed so that the forces in a crash are absorbed by the strongest area of your body -- the bones of your hips, shoulders and chest. They keep you in place so that your head, face and chest are less likely to strike the windshield, dashboard, other vehicle interiors, or other passengers. They also keep you from being thrown out of a vehicle. The pictures illustrate what can happen in an accident. Your car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. If you were struck from the side, the impact could push you back and forth across the seat. Belts and straps keep you in a better position to control the car. Safety Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. Top 4 Reasons To Wear Your Seat Belt
  • Seat belts can save your life in a crash.
  • Seat belts can reduce your risk of a serious injury in a crash.
  • Thousands of the people who die in car crashes each year might still be alive if they had been wearing their seat belts.
  • It's easy. It only takes three seconds.
  • Safety Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. Seat belt inspection is a part of an annual requirement for ordinary family cars. In the racing world seat belts in race cars must be replaced every other racing season. This is an expensive rule but it keeps every driver safe. Safety Belts and Airbags car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building.
  • You still must buckle your seat belt even if you're riding in a car with an air bag. Air bags can cause injuries or even death when people are too close at time of deployment. Everyone should sit at least 10 inches away from where the air bag is stored.
  • Young children who are riding in child safety seats or older children who are riding in booster seats should ride in the back seat, furthest away from an air bag. This is why children age 12 and under should always be properly buckled up in the back seat!
  • Safety Belts and Airbags car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. Secure your children safely. Children who have outgrown their regular car seats still may not be tall enough to safely wear a shoulder belt. It may cross their neck or face. A correct fit can be achieved by raising the child up on a special car booster seat. Select a booster seat that will keep the lap belt low across the child's thighs or hips. Safety Belts and Airbags car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. Front seat driver and passenger side air bags only work in frontal crashes, so if your car is hit on the side or rolls over, the air bag will not protect you - ONLY your seat belt, when worn properly, can do that! Mistaken Beliefs About Seat Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. Have you heard these stories before?? Mistaken Beliefs About Seat Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. “Seat belts can trap you inside a car.” It actually takes less than a second to take off a seat belt. This scare tactic often describes a car that caught fire or sank in deep water. A seat belt may keep you from being “knocked out.” Your chance to escape is better if you are conscious. Mistaken Beliefs About Seat Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. “Seat belts are good on long trips, but I don’t need them if I’m driving around town.” Half of all traffic deaths happen within 25 miles of home. Don’t take chances with your life or the lives of your passengers. Buckle up every time you drive. Mistaken Beliefs About Seat Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. “Some people are thrown clear in a crash and walk away with hardly a scratch.” Your chances of surviving an accident are five times as good if you stay inside the car. A seat belt can keep you from being thrown into the path of another car. Mistaken Beliefs About Seat Belts car stops, but you keep on going at the same speed you were traveling until you hit the dashboard or windshield. At 30 mph this is like hitting the ground from the top of a three-story building. “I’m only going to the store. My little brother or sister doesn’t need a child’s car seat, anyway. It’s too much hassle.” Car accidents are the No. 1 preventable cause of death for children. Buckle them up in an approved safety seat. It’s worth it, and the law requires that you do. When you get into a car—before you do anything else—get in the habit of buckling up. Tie a ribbon on your wiper knob as a reminder. Set a good example. In a few weeks it’ll feel strange to sit in a car not while wearing a seat belt. That’s how it should feel. If you need more protection than just seat belts, check this out!
  • If an IMPACT is inevitable, it would be a good idea to create some type of support.
  • This support would ABSORB much of the shock the impact would have to the craft’s passenger.
  • Watch VIDEO
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idY2jOOz528
  • We saw how they slowed the Lander, but how does a parachute work?!
  • WATCH VIDEO (This should really give away what we are doing!)
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IePoDZUnNXk
  • What you should have learned: work?!
  • Gravity forces all things toward the earth
  • All objects accelerate until the force of gravity, and their air resistance equalize.
  • The more air resistance an object has, the slower its decent to the earth.
  • The slower an objects decent to earth, the less force it will have upon impact!
  • It is best to have object secured in place upon impact!
  • Bonus Question: Does anyone know the rate at which Objects fall, if there is no air resistance?! NOW IT’S YOUR TURN work?!
  • YOUR ASSIGNMENT TONIGHT:
  • Design a contraption that will allow an egg to withstand a fall from ten feet.
  • You may only use materials that you will not get back, so trash around your house is a good place to start.
  • MR. F will only select 4 Models to be built
  • HOMEWORK work?!
  • You must make a list of materials, and the job for which you will use them
  • You cannot begin putting your materials together until you have made a design on paper first.
  • You may make your design tonight and bring your materials with you to school tomorrow
  • DO NOT BRING AN EGG TO SCHOOL!!!
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