How To: Do Bernoulli's theorem experiment

Do Bernoulli's theorem experiment

In this series of educational videos you'll learn how to perform a science experiment using everyday household items that demonstrates Bernoulli's theorem. Expert science instructor Scott Thompson shows you how to use a plastic bottle, ping pong ball, shop vacuum and a golf ball to illustrate the physical force of air pressure on an object. It's the basic principle of physics that keeps birds and airplanes in the sky.

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Do Bernoulli's theorem experiment - Part 6 of 6

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