The Sunday Giveaway: Two Free Tickets to That Physics Show Off Broadway!

You know what shows have been the most successful Off Broadway in the last two decades?

Shows that are seriously unique . . . that deliver an experience that you can’t get on Broadway.  Shows where the performers do things you’ve never seen before.  You know, shows like Blue Man Group, Stomp, etc.  Shows that make you say, “That was cray-cray.”

That Physics Show is one of those shows.

Where else can you see someone lying in the middle of a bed of nails sandwich?  Or watch a ping pong ball shoot through three beer cans?  Or learn how a Mento can turn a bottle of Diet Coke into a real soda fountain?

That Physics Show is the latest addition to Off Broadway’s unique entertainment, where you can get an up-close and intimate look at the entertaining and circus-like world of Physics, performed by Physics expert David Maiullo.

And we’ve got two tickets to give away!

All you have to do to win is answer this Physics problem:

An airplane accelerates down a runway at 3.20 m/s2 for 32.8 s until it finally lifts off the ground. Determine the distance traveled before takeoff.


Haha. JK, guys, JK.  If I knew what this meant, I’d probably be ROTFLMAO.

All you have to do to win the tickets to That Physics Show is click here.

Good luck!

(For you physics nerds out there, the answer to the above is . . . d = 1720 m.)


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