Categories Max The Coriolis Effect Post author By Kevin Lawver Post date January 17, 2010 3 Comments on The Coriolis Effect The Coriolis Effect from Kevin Lawver on Vimeo. Max and I made this little movie yesterday as his visual aid for his report on the Coriolis Effect. I figured out that it took us about an hour of work for every ten seconds of end product. I hope the boy gets an A. Share this:FacebookTwitterPocketEmailTumblrPinterest By Kevin Lawver Web developer, Lead Engineer @ Impactive, Co-founder @ TechSAV, husband, father, aspiring social capitalist and troublemaker. View Archive → ← Brad Graham, The Third and the Seventh → Spelling bee! 3 replies on “The Coriolis Effect” Very informative with an excellent narrator! Loading... Well done! It’d be funny to lay the chorus of Talking Heads’ “And She Was” over the credits. (“The world was moving she was floating above it and she was.”) This all makes me think of Sunday’s “Zits” comic: http://www.arcamax.com/zits/s-678890-446537 I can’t imagine what the state of things will be when Aidan is Max’s age. Whatever happened to posterboard and construction paper? Loading... Max and Kevin that was terrific. Loading... Comments are closed.