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Students are sharing videos their professor teaching physics by performing stunts.

Students are sharing videos their professor teaching physics by performing stunts.

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College kids might think they've seen everything, but students enrolling in David Wright's courses are discovering just how much science can blow their minds through an unexpected and captivating approach to teaching physics.

This isn't your standard lecture class and there will be no daily PowerPoint presentations requiring you to furiously copy down text verbatim. Professor Wright's students are sharing videos of his awe-inspiring, whacky, and downright shocking demonstrations with the masses via the internet.

Since 1974, Wright has taught at Tidewater Community College in South Hampton Road, Virginia. The professor wisely figured out how to keep students' attention by throwing the textbook out the window and picking up a more literal, hands-on approach to teaching physics.

In his classes, students can expect to find their professor walking on glass, setting objects on fire, or lying on a bed of nails.

Erica and Kierra, two of his physics students, documented Wright's extraordinary demonstrations over the course of this semester and post them to Twitter in a now-viral thread.

Sources: Buzzfeed
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