Franklin Flies High With Lighting
Can lighting travel down to a key? Julyssa Saiz
PHILADELPHIA, 1752- Benjamin Franklin was 40 years old and his son watch, he knew lighting was electricity. So he used a kite and a string with metal key to see if lighting is electric. To create the kite he used silk fabric, a kite with metal rod at the top, a wet twine, silk ribbon the bottom and a metal key. He flew the kite out of a window. The lighting stroke the metal rod and Benjamin Franklin's touched the metal key a spark of fire came jumping to his hand. Benjamin Franklin's experiment with static electricity worked!
Static electricity can travel down a wet twine to a key.
Benjamin Franklin and his son are flying a kite as an experiment.
The experiment of Benjamin Franklin.
Mr.Franklin sitting in his lab to figured out his experiment.