Cine imi traduce textul am nevoie plis . Pana pe la 14:00 ca sa am timp sa scriu si eu .
On my last day in London , the Taylors and I went to the Science Museum . It`s huge ! If you spent just one minute looking at each of the exhibits , it would take more tham a month to see them all .
The best part is that there are lats of interactive exhibits and demonstration by Museum Explainers .
In the Optics departament , one of the explainers put her hand , fingers open , on the screen ot a switchedoff television . The she shone a bright torch at it for a minute . When she took her hand off , the screen was light grey but the shadow of her hand remained . She explained that the phosphores on the screen store up the energy of light . when you turn off the torch , they give the energy back .
In another exhibit , you can shime a white light on a prisme and see the coulor spectrum . It`s so clear that it seems to have a lot more than the seven colours I knew about . There`s a light andd a dark blue , and a sky blue and a very pale blue whinch Mrs Taylor says many blues , and greens , and reds , ... and so many names for them !
They also give you instruction for `Try it at home` experiments . One of them is called a whizzer . Here`s how you make it :
1 Cut a cricle of card .
2 Draw lines to the centre to divide it into seven equaș pie secctions .
3 Paint the sections in the coulors of the spectrum ,
4 . Put string through two holes at the sides of the centre .
5. Tie and hold the ends of the string .
6. Turn the cricle round and round .
7. Pull the string ends but don`t snap the cord !
8 . Look at the cricle go round . What happens ? This is easy to make at home and fun use . Try it and see . Cine stie va rog ajutor ! Engleza - Romana