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Everyday Science

By PSD Channel 10 and Little Shop of Physics

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Everyday Science is a joint production of Poudre School District Channel 10 and the Little Shop of Physics. PSD Channel 10 (http://www.psdschools.org/services/channel10/) is the Poudre School District's educational cable access TV station. The Little Shop of Physics (http://littleshop.physics.colostate.edu/) is a hands-on science outreach program at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. On the regularly aired television program "Everday Science," LSOP Director Brian Jones works with PSD students to demonstrate the principles of physics in fun and exciting ways! Every episode is something new and different and encourages viewers to try their hand at everyday science.

Customer Reviews

Worthwhile -- but needs clean up

Facinating and worthwhile. Each episode is short and sweet. (Although they sometimes fail to focus on the point listed on the title.)
My main gripe is with Brian Jones' appearance. Over the years he's let his hair grow long and his beard get scruffy. Sure, the kids might think he's okay -- but is anyone asking them? (Indeed, Brian is very personable.) It is a distraction.
I'll get personal here. Brian, please recognize that these podcasts are going out to a larger audience, not just the school house community. You needs to get a haircut and trim the beard. The presentation of the show will improve greatly when you do so. And then your message about science will be accepted.
Until then, though, you're stuck at a 3 star rating witth me. (I'm about the same age as you and I hope you will take this message to heart.)

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