Photographers Bruno Metra and lawrence Jeanson's project, ID1, juxtaposes normal faces with select features from celebrities and supermodels. Identity: The duo say that the works are intended to show how much people are influenced by the media
Pressure from women for their own uniformed service began in August 1914, but it was the end of 1916 before the War Office established the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC). In April 1918, the WAAC was renamed Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps. The Women’s Royal Naval Service was formed in November 1917, and the Women’s Royal Air Force was set up on 1 April 1918. In total, over 100,000 women joined Britain’s armed forces during the war.
Explaining the concept of air pressure to preschoolers can be tricky. It can sometimes be difficult for them to grasp the idea that spaces are filled with air, and that air can have force and move objects. This simple little experiment a great way to offer kids a visual demonstration of these concepts. They can...Read More »
FUN Science Idea~ To help young physicists understand that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction you'll need these items: flexible straw, ruler, straight pin, marker, round balloon, masking tape, and pencil with eraser. Great way to teach air pressure and thrust!