The Centrifuge Brain Project: Mad Science and Rollercoasters

Till Nowak schickt mir seinen grade online veröffentlichte Mockumentary über Denkbeschleunigung über Zentrifugalkraftverstärkung durch Karussells und Achterbahnen und schreibt mir: „After more than a year of international film festivals and more than 20 international awards today is the online release of this 7 minute short documentary about bizarre experiments with amusement park rides“. Alles ziemlicher Wahnsinn. Auch toll: Auf der Website zum Film gibt’s die Pläne zu den Fahrgeschäften in halbwegs HighRes.

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Science has made a remarkable discovery: spin people around and their brain power increases. Researchers have seen the amazing effect that a carousel ride has on the learning curve of fouryear-olds, so why not let other people share in the blessings conferred by centrifugal force? Since making this breakthrough, scientists have been working tirelessly on counteracting the inhibiting effects that gravity has on our brains, and they have come up with complicated prototype models called “The Expander” and “The Dandelion Clock”.

Get whipsmart instead of whiplash: this film is a fascinating report about how funfair rides can be good for you.

Institute for Centrifugal Research, deutsche Version des Kurzfilms hier (Danke Till!)