What effect do roller coasters (or any other rides in that matter) have on the human body?
How might the gravity react when rollercoaster twist turns and go in the air?
What are the worst effects that can happen to a person after going on a roller coaster?
What would happen if an elderly person (70 and above) went on a roller coaster? What effects would they suffer afterwards?
What is the science behind creating a roller coaster?
Fantastic questions, Sophie. They should give us some interesting tasks. Well done!
- How might the gravity be different on a roller coaster?
- How many years does it take to build a roller coaster?
Great questions, Mia. The first question is very interesting.
- Is it possible for a roller coaster to break the sound barrier?
- How fast does a roller coaster need to go before G-Forces kick in and if possible, what do you need to do to stop this from happening?
- Is it safer or at least better for roller coasters to be powered by engines instead of converting potential energy into kinetic energy?
- What is the possible maximum amount of inversions on a roller coaster that is safe?
- How might roller coasters affect your body and brain?
- What different kinds of roller coaster are there?
- What's different and what's safer between wooden and steel roller coasters?
Da iawn, Alfie. You have come up with some very interesting questions.
- How might rollercoasters look in the future?
- How many times does a rollercoaster get checked and how often?
- What is the mechanism inside a rollercoaster?
Gwaith da, Toby. Your questions are sensible and will help us understand rollercoasters.