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The WEIRD SCIENCE SHOWS contain side splitting humor but also is designed to teach the audience members while they laugh. Experiments rely heavily on audience participation and scientific principals such as leverage, air vortex, and even time travel are explored.
For performances for fairs, experiments are conducted to teach the wonders and fun of agriculture.
Performance length is about 30-45 minutes and he can perform different demonstrations at his shows if multiple performances are desired during the day. (Night time shows should be considered, as many fascinating experiments with electricity at night that would not be seen during the day).
The WEIRD SCIENCE SHOW is the brainchild of Ron Lindberg, aka Rondini, an award winning entertainer from Appleton Wisconsin. Rondini has been performing as a professional magician and stage hypnotist since 1977, however he is also a 1992 graduate of UW Oshkosh with a degree in elementary education.
In 1995, he decided to focus on his love of performing and "retired" from the teaching profession, but never lost his love of science and learning. In 2004, he began to consider putting together a wacky science show in which he could share his love of science and "other geeky stuff".
After a lengthy process of research and development, and some encouragement from his peers in the entertainment field, the WEIRD SCIENCE SHOW was launched in the fall of 2008.