Physics Just Comes Naturally For A Cat Named Hubble

Written by: Adri Sandoval
Adri Sandoval is the Special Projects Manager for iHeartDogs and iHeartCats. Her work has deepened her love for animals, fostering a strong passion for rescue and animal advocacy.Read more
| Published on August 5, 2015

Meet Hubble, he’s intrigued by Newton’s cradle. Did you learn as much as Hubble did while he played with it?

So what did Hubble learn? Elementary, my dear Watson! With Newton’s Cradle, you’ll learn about conservation of energy, momentum and friction. Oh okay, maybe Hubble will just tell you that when he used the first ball to hit the second ball, the ball that flew was the last one. Well, he had to test that out a couple of times to ensure that the same thing will happen which is how true scientists work. That’s because they need to check out their theory, just like Dr. Hubble, the Scientist here. I think he’s about to conduct an experiment on energy, momentum and friction using a dog and a ball! 😉

Did you notice anything else too? Not sure? Go back and check the video out again and while you’re at it, share this cute vid with others. Who knows, they might want to adopt or rescue a smart cat, just like Hubble! 🙂