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A lifelong fascination with science, combined with an uncontrollable urge to teach has led Robert Krampf on adventures ranging from excavating dinosaur bones in Wyoming to watching whales off the coast of Mexico. During his thirteen years at the Memphis Museum, he wrote and taught classes in geology, biology, chemistry, archaeology and physics. In 1987, Ihedecided it was time for a change and put together a traveling, high voltage electricity show, centered on a one million volt Tesla coil. He is now picking out some of his favorite science experiments from the early years, and is posting them as weekly video podcasts. In this episode he is visiting the world’s largest solar power plants to explore and explain reflection and refraction. More episodes on his website: www.krampf.com.