If you just celebrated Easter, you might have some stale marshmallow Peeps lying around the house. And if you want to avoid eating those Peeps, they are the perfect material for a science experiment you can do in your own kitchen.
With the help of a ruler and a microwave, you can use leftover Peeps to calculate one of the constants of the universe — the speed of light.
It might sound crazy, but all will be revealed in this video from NPR’s science YouTube channel, Skunk Bear. As a bonus, you’ll also get to see animated Peeps illustrate the history of the search for the speed of light going back to Galileo. (Content Credit: NPR, All Things Considered, Adam Cole, April 17, 20172:22 PM ET )
Coaxicom designs and manufactures an extensive line of standard, as well as custom microwave and RF connectors all available in 50 or 75 Ohm impedance. We have proudly served Customers in industries including the US military, automotive, medical, instrumentation, aerospace, defense, telecom, wireless alternative energy and more. Coaxicom is committed to providing outstanding service, value and quality with our made in the USA RF Connectors since 1984. Connectors, Phase Adjusters, Attenuators, Terminations, Adapters, Torque Wrenches.