## Lesson 1: Flying Machines

Ever since I was a kid, I have always wanted to fly. In fact, at four years old you could find me on top of a ladder armed with a box fan (plugged in Read More…

Monday, September 28, 2020

Ever since I was a kid, I have always wanted to fly. In fact, at four years old you could find me on top of a ladder armed with a box fan (plugged in Read More…

Here’s our first MATH lesson. It is so easy that one night, I wound up showing it to everyone in the pizza restaurant. Well, everyone who would listRead More…

Rockets are vehicles that launch people and payloads into space. Newton’s Third Law of Motion is the principle of action and reaction. With rockets,Read More…

Launching rockets requires a lot complicated math, but it all starts with Newton’s Laws of Motion. We’re going to get a taste of the math behind tRead More…

Telescopes and binoculars are pretty useless unless you know where to point them. I am going to show you some standard constellations and how to find Read More…

If you haven’t memorized your multiplication table yet, I am going to show you how to you need to memorize only three of the 400 numbers on a 20 timRead More…

The Sun rotates, but because it’s not a solid body but a big ball of gas, different parts of the Sun rotate at different speeds. The equator rotatesRead More…

In school, you are trained to solve math problems on paper, at a desk. The problem with that is, for most people, math problems don’t usually come wRead More…

We are going to make an eyeball model using a balloon. This experiment should give you a better idea of how your eyes work. The way your brain actuallRead More…

If you don’t have the patience to do multiplication on paper for every single math problem that comes your way, then you’ll really enjoy this mathRead More…