This class is called Strategies for the Technical Professional and that is my group, about to see how far we can make a ping pong fall fly using popsicle sticks, rubber bands, pipe cleaners, a paperclip, a sandwich bag, and a mousetrap. (Five feet four inches, then it bounced off Andy's head.) I would love to know what the practical application of this would be in my role as a technical professional.
This class is called Survey of the Sciences and we're learning whether or not Andy can strip a wire with his teeth. (Yes, we had snips. Apparently this was supposed to be faster. And yes, this is the same Andy we clobbered with a ping pong ball the day before.)
Here we are trying to see how quickly an electromagnet can melt the rubber coating of a wire. The man in the glasses leaning away from the table is our teacher, Drew. He claims he's twenty-four.
And here are my detailed notes on the Doppler Effect: