Science Seat belt PSA

Science Seat belt PSA
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  • Emma, we should really get going!
  • Okey, let's speed up at 60 mi/h. We can catch up that way. 
  • Yes, but we have to make sure we put our seatbelts on when car is moving. Because of inertia. 
  • Inertia? You mean Newton's law of motion? 
  • Yes, it's the same principle with cars. When the car is 60p/h, so is your body moving 60p/h fast. 
  • "Inertia is a tendency to remain unchanged" right?
  • When the car stops by hitting something, your body is still moving. It will keep moving until it's stopped by force.
  • Exactly, if your seatbelts are not on, something else will have to stop you, like your car window.
  • So seatbelt is that force that stops you. 
  • And if that force is your car window, you might damage your body. I heard that total traffic collision deaths, 56% of people weren't wearing seat belts.
  • Seatbelts are made to protect you.
  • So, never forgot seatbelts!
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