Also on the Friday before break we were experimenting with circuits. It was interesting how electrons move through wires faster slower due to the conductivity of the insulation in the wire. This conductivity is important because if you don’t have it, the electrons move so fast that your battery will explode. This was an interesting fact, and made me relate it to how cars use 80% of their engine to accelerate past the friction, or in this case, “conductivity” of the road. We would need that to be able to break. Thier’s a lot of things that this principle connects too, such as speed of wheels, racing, the air, etc.