The Campaign For DA

4.21.2015

The Junior In The House's Science/Physics Project

Front view: Parallel circuits in the on top. One series circuit in two rooms on body. Can't get much more basic than that.


And now the good part! The back. I'm still laughing because it worked! I'll edit this later about how I had no idea what I was doing but how I was fascinated by this project. (I'll try to explain the connections, too. There was a method to my madness.)

If Mrs. LL didn't hear me yell "Bauuummmm!"

16 comments:

guinjames said...

Is this her assignment or yours? How does she get anything out of the assignment if you do them all for her? If she has any problem to solve in life on her own she'll be lost.

The Donald said...

Good job.

CT said...

Sigh, I remember those days, helping the kid do projects. That damn catapault..lol

Anyway, kuddos for your participation. I think that is why kids are assigned these types of projects! Family participation and disconnecting from the phones, etc

Anonymous said...

Nice circuit layout.

DF Reddy Kilowatt

Anonymous said...

shut T F up ! 9:13

Anonymous said...

Hey Bu...

The city inspector left you a red tag.

Anonymous said...

Where's the smoke alarm, cuz that red wire there connected to that white there.....ya that one, is going to cause a fire.

guinjames said...

Make me 11:58. I bet you do all your kids assignments too.

Anonymous said...

All electronic devises are built with a measured amount of smoke in them. If you let the smoke out they will no longer function properly.

Andrew Kuppinger said...

We need a video of this thing actually working.

Anonymous said...

Hey Bu...

Can't wait to see your Christmas lights this year.

And just a precaution, make sure you have plenty of reliable fire extinguishers available.

Goober said...

This thing is worthy of Clark W. Griswald.

Anonymous said...

What do the kids in class who have parents with little income do when these projects come up? Is there a stockpile of supplies at the school so they can complete these projects?

Anonymous said...

Looks legit.
9:13 is right of course... unless you're just helping, and the kid completely gets all of this, and could rewire it herself.

This is stuff that everyone should know and understand.

Anonymous said...

The future is solar, wind, and water power. Best for all to learn how to wire resistors, LED's and 12 volt batteries. How to wire 12 volt batteries to provide 6 volts and 24 volts. How to power an 18 volt or 20 volt DC drill with a 12 volt or 24 volt battery supply. How to power a computer without an internal battery or AC. The different types of batteries best for long-term charge and recharge. Why a controller is a must for battery longevity. AC will not exist in the future.

Anonymous said...

http://www.builditsolar.com/Projects/Educational/educational.htm#Projects