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Six Feet of Science: a kid's show in a time of social distancing
17 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Slime and Sublimation (episode 7)
In our final episode we're talking about some of the more unusual ways that matter behaves as we learn about making slime and strange process called, sublimation. We welcome back our friend and retired high school science teacher, Gary Ruderman as well as Blake Smith from the Omaha Children’s museum to help us with these questions.
15 minutes | May 30, 2020
Six Feet of Science: The Universe, Big Bang, and Matter (episode 6)
This week we are talking about the creation of our universe! You’ve heard of “matter”, but what about "antimatter"? Mr. Benker, science teacher from Benson High School, walks us through the basics of matter, antimatter, and particle smashing!
19 minutes | May 23, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Stars and Ground Clouds (episode 5)
In this episode we travel up up up to the stars in the sky to learn about stellar nurseries where stars are born with high school science teacher Gary Ruderman. Then we come back down to earth to talk about cloud and fog formation with Cheryl Glasford of the Omaha Children’s Museum.
21 minutes | May 16, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Technology Addiction and Tectonic Plates (episode 4)
In this week’s episode, professor Steph Jesseau from the University of Nebraska Omaha answers your questions about technology addiction in this time of digital classrooms and online dance parties. Then the Omaha Children’s Museum’s Meredith Billings explains how the giant plates that make up our earth called tectonic plates, move and grow.
17 minutes | May 9, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Vaccines Explained and Dino Extinction Explored (episode 3)
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17 minutes | May 2, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Dinosaur poop, cats, dogs and COVID (episode 2)
This week we talk about how viruses can jump from one species to another with Omaha Public School science teacher, Ms. Lostaglia-Hoskovec and Dr. Theodore Cieslak from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Then Lizzie Planck of the Omaha Children’s Museum digs into fossil records and Dino poop!
20 minutes | Apr 25, 2020
Six Feet of Science: Bugs and Bees (episode 1)
In our first episode of Six Feet of Science, kids ask about viruses and honey bees. This week, we have a real life beekeeper and a doctor to help answer these curious questions! We owe a big thanks to Dr. Theodore Cieslak and Carol Fassbinder-Orth from the Bountiful Blossoms Bee Co. for their expert explaining.
1 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
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