October 28

Genius hour, the time I can actually learn what I want in school.

My presentation in video format:

If the video doesn’t work, here is a link of it on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb9u_Mdnalo

Remember that post I made before about the rocket that I made on Blender, the post is named “I made this”. Well, now I am going to tell you all about my little project, even if you don’t care about it.

Picture of said rocket: screenshot-2016-10-26-at-13-09-24

So, I researched, as I told you before, on how to make a rocket, even if it is simplistic and needs a lot of work on it. I chose this topic because I love rockets, and I am planning on becoming a rocket scientist, or aerospace engineer in the future, though it does take a lot of work to get that job. It also seemed like something cool to do and a good way to start learning blender.

I learned a lot in the time I was working on my project, a few new things on physics and calculus, the basics of blender, and the design, time, construction, and all the factors required to make a reusable rocket that can leave the Earth’s atmosphere and come back down. Personally, this made me feel much more respect for the scientists behind the Apollo 15 and he Falcon 9, since their work is really  hard, it also made me grow as a learner and scientist, since I learned a lot on rocket engineering.

Personally, I would like to say that I helped the world, but until I can actually make a reusable rocket, I won’t really be helping anyone. Though, the closer I get to knowing how to make a rocket, the closer I get to actually helping humanity reach for the stars, so, in a way, I am helping humanity, step by step. I’m planning to make my next project about programming, and making a game that instructs people on diseases, through shooting said diseases in a micro-battleship. This way I can make people more aware of diseases, and maybe even convince some players to give money to charities or do something about those diseases themselves.

From the person who wrights really long posts 🙂

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Posted October 28, 2016 by noahr20 in category My interests, schoolwork, Technology

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