Ever try doing a jigsaw puzzle without knowing what the final product should look like? You’d do a lot of guessing, trying to fit pieces together without much guidance. You might even use your memory of how you did puzzles in the past to see if that helps at all.
Popper is terrified the space station will crash into earth. Is he right to worry? How does gravity work in space?
Are you sure everything pulls on everything else? Prove Your World tries another variation of the Cavendish experiment just to be certain. Plus Popper has his eye on Katy Perry.
Because of gravity, everything pulls on everything else. But on earth, we just see things fall down. Prove Your World pulls out an old experiment to show gravity moves in all directions.
Why is juggling so hard? Hand-eye coordination, sure, but gravity is part of the problem, too. Prove Your World tries its hand at juggling and learns there’s more to gravity than falling down.
This week we have a four-part series on gravity. What it is, how it works, and how we know it exists between all masses.
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Prove Your World is an immersive, multi-platform video STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) learning experience where we focus on questions asked by real 8- to 13-year-olds.
The Prove Your World interactive video experience centers on a junk shop/science supply store inhabited by humans and puppet characters that love both the process of scientific inquiry and making sure each other’s lives never get too boring.