Prof. Karwasz teaches in Korea

Ideas and implementations of interactive didactics − exhibitions, musea and science centres. National Museum of Science, Daejeon, Korea

At the opening of the conference ICAMDATA 2016 Gunsan Korea prof. Karwasz delivered a public lecture to secondary school students. He spoke on Copernicus, Galileo, and how from questions about the falling bodies derive great consequences for the space-time and cosmology. The lecture was, as usual, full of experiments. The texts of two lectures below, here some photos.

      Prof. Karwasz and 고다현

New clips done according question of  고다현 (Ko Da Hyeon)


 Lectures

Part 1 (part 1, 1 부)

Part 2 (part 2, 2 부)

 

Wybrane filmy (selected films, 선택한 영화):

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Galileo's experiment (fall in vacuum tube)

 

 

 

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Apollo 15 experiment on Earth (in Torun)

 

 

 


"This is the famous experiment of Galieo. [...] In my right hand I have a hammer, in my left hand I have a feather."
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Galieo's experiment in the biggest vaccum chamber (USA)
See film (source - BBC)
 
 
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"Absence of gravity" in Gagarin's spacecraft
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Free fell (= "absence of gravity") in Torun

 

 

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Bear in weightlessness circling the earth

 

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Will water spill-out from the cup?

 

 

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Will water spill-out from the cup?

 

 

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Pendulum in a free fall

 

 

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Pendulum in a free fall

 

 

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Pendulum in a free fall

 
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These two experiments were proposed by 고다현 (Ko Da Hyeon)

 

 

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But this experiment is wrong: pendulum in a FREE fall should make a circle 

 

 

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New film 1

 

 

 

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New film 2

 

 

 

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New film 3

 


 

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Gyroscope