The last level of the scientific adventure, "Flying Cards", comes from the epilogue of the fairy tale, where the angry queen of hearts beheaded with cards. In fact, Zhu Qingqi's inspiration also came from the Discovery Channel program " MythBusters", who had done an experiment on "Can high-speed flying cards kill people?" She and her team built a playing card transmitter with a speed of more than 200 kilometers per hour, allowing five decks of playing cards to be launched at high speed within seconds. After a live demonstration, it has been proved that as long as you stand a certain distance away, the card will quickly slow down due to air resistance, which is not enough to cause harm.
The correctness of the Internet rumors is actually discussed. With well-known fairy tales and well-designed scientific experiments, Zhu Qingqi kept thinking about what kind of experiments can achieve the goal of scientific learning, not just "pressing a button"? She wants to emphasize "questions" rather than answers, and "exploration" rather than memory. A sms services mother brought her four-year-old daughter to see the exhibition. After leaving, she saw a traffic convex lens on the side of the road. The little girl pointed to the mirror and said, "This is what we just saw." Although she can't say that the concave mirror will make people look bigger. , the convex mirror will make the principle of reducing the size of the image, but I have already understood the mystery of Alice becoming bigger and smaller. Zhu Qingqi said: "
This is the learning outcome I have been pursuing for a long time. It is more important to have the ability to reason and explore without memorizing difficult scientific terms." Why is Demonstration Experiment Important? The exhibition held at the Art and Culture Center of Central University attracted nearly 7,000 people in less than a month. Many people from other counties and cities made a special trip, and the audience's response exceeded expectations. One of the key factors is Zhu Qingqi's profound physical demonstration teaching skills.