Posted Monday, April 13, 2020 8:55 AM | Contributed by Jeff
From the blog:
Have you always wanted to learn how roller coasters work? For Disney Mechanical Engineers, Angel and Josh, it was their curiosity at a young age in STEM-based subjects where they found their passion for roller coasters. Angel and Josh work behind-the-scenes at Disney and had the opportunity to put their math, science and engineering skills into action on one of Disney’s fastest coasters – Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
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I love that so many parks are posting content like this. Disney is sharing all of these cool videos. Cedar Fair is sharing learn from home content they have created featuring the Peanuts characters. Kennywood has posted some cool content. I get 100% that it's being done to keep their businesses on everyone's mind while they can't go to the parks. But so many parks have really gone the extra mile both to keep their fans connected and to show support to everyone that is doing distance learning. I think that's worthy of some credit
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