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Hollywood Stunts Inspire Children to Learn Sciencei
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June Soh
May 01, 2014 7:46 PM
The explosions, car crashes and death-defying falls in Hollywood action movies look dangerous. But it's all illusion, created with a solid knowledge of scientific principles. Steve Wolf, a Hollywood stuntman and special effects expert, is passionate about sharing those principles with schoolchildren, to get them interested in science. VOA’s June Soh caught up with Wolf in action, and discovered he brings the excitement of the movie set to schoolchildren.

Hollywood Stunts Inspire Children to Learn Science

June Soh

Published May 01, 2014

The explosions, car crashes and death-defying falls in Hollywood action movies look dangerous. But it's all illusion, created with a solid knowledge of scientific principles. Steve Wolf, a Hollywood stuntman and special effects expert, is passionate about sharing those principles with schoolchildren, to get them interested in science. VOA’s June Soh caught up with Wolf in action, and discovered he brings the excitement of the movie set to schoolchildren.


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