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Photo: Physics Force brings fun to KMS

Aaron Pinski, a science teacher at Bloomington Kennedy, and Jack Netland, a retired Maple Grove High School physics teacher, provided visual examples of projectile motion, collisions, mass, inertia and air pressure Wednesday during a University o...

Aaron Pinski
Aaron Pinski, a science teacher at Bloomington Kennedy, demonstrates air flow Wednesday during a University of Minnesota Physics Force presentation at Kerkhoven-Murdock-High School. (RAND MIDDLETON |TRIBUNE)

Aaron Pinski, a science teacher at Bloomington Kennedy, and Jack Netland, a retired Maple Grove High School physics teacher, provided visual examples of projectile motion, collisions, mass, inertia and air pressure Wednesday during a University of Minnesota Physics Force presentation at Kerkhoven-Murdock-High School.

Two assemblies were held.

The duo brought students on stage to assist several times.

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