Even at 93 miles per hour, the impulse momentum theorem prevents Cole from breaking an egg!Uploaded May 16, 2017 by Scott Dustman
The Invaders brought home "The Bell" in 2016 and the Technology Club wanted to congratulate them with music and a little electricity courtesy of two Tesla coils. The Technology Club salutes the West Scranton Invaders Football Team for bringing home the bell. A high voltage Tesla Coil salute!
Kaile breaks a wine glass with her voice!Uploaded Jun 09, 2017 by Scott Dustman
Jacob's Ladder is a high voltage climbing arc. The 15,000 volt difference between the two copper pipes creates a very high electric field and ionizes the air molecules. The air changes from an insulator to a conductor and an electric arc forms that "climbs up the ladder". Created by AP Physics and Mr. McGraw's gifted students Danny Sallurday and Jake MacDonald class of 2016.Uploaded Apr 29, 2016 by Scott Dustman
The 2012-2013 AP Physics class put together the classic oil drum implosion demonstration. The video shows the incredible pressure of the earth's atmosphere that is always present around us but that we seldom perceive.Uploaded Nov 01, 2015 by Scott Dustman
AP Physics class of 2014. Can an ordinary CO2 fire extinguisher act like a rocket? Let's find out!Uploaded Feb 24, 2017 by Scott Dustman
A tormented ghost appears and then disappears through the wall.Uploaded Nov 02, 2015 by Scott Dustman
Ryan Svetovich plays our national anthem on a Tesla Coil with his guitar.Uploaded May 01, 2017 by Scott Dustman