Motion Commotion

The 2015 4-H National Youth Science Day Experiment, Motion Commotion, was created by Oregon State University in partnership with National 4-H Council. The experiment is designed to explore force and motion in the simulation of a car crash. It also demonstrates reaction time, and how distracted driving can make a difference upon impact.

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Video: National Youth Science Day 2015 Motion Commotion