Category Archives: 6-8 Module 1

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How to make an F1 car : Research & Design

http://www.redbull.com/in/en/motorsports/f1/episodes/1331615151543/part-1-design-and-r-d       How much time it takes to design a formula 1 car ?  

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Challenger : can you start a motorcycle upside down ?

Will our motorcycle start if we keep it upside down ? 

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Nugget Of knowledge :Why Hair Turns Grey

We are willing to spend $42.5 billion a year covering our grey hairs . That’s more than Americans spend every year on diet products. Grey hair is one of those things that just sort of makes sense. The ink cartridges in our printers run out when they get old. Why wouldn’t the ones in our […]

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Nugget Of knowledge : How Scratching Relieves an Itch

  There is nothing more primitively satisfying that scratching an itch. Babies, dogs, monkeys and people with crabs do it like their lives depend on it. It’s one bodily function that you don’t have to work hard to accomplish, and you don’t have to agonize over the consequences or make any kind of decision beyond […]

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Challenger :how can tanks walk in water ?

The tanks can walk in water . How do they get air for combustion of their engine ?  

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1976 F1 Championship : Last Race

Why does the commentator says its  almost impossible to drive  such a car in these conditions ? What  are the problems driver’s would have faced?

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Le Mans Disaster

Find out why  this happened ? Also do you noticed that the flames got even more higher when fire fighters tried to put them off by pouring in water . Why ?

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Le Mans 1955 crash

    LEH MANS Disaster  The 1955 Le Mans disaster occurred during the 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race in Le Mans, France in June 1955, when a crash caused large fragments of debris to fly into the crowd. Eighty-three spectators and driver Pierre Levegh died and 120 more were injured in the most […]

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Know about Wheels

Wheels are everywhere in our world today—in very obvious places (on cars, trucks, and airplanes), but also hidden inside everything from computer hard-drives and clothes washers to electric toothbrushes and dishwashers. Six thousand years ago, there weren’t any wheels at all. The rise of the wheel, from a basic turntable that helped people mould clay […]

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