Our first experiment was to introduce an AP sixth-grade science class to the formulas. There were 18 students in the class. Twelve of the students got it. Six did not. Of the twelve, there was tangible excitement. They knew they had learned something that stretched them further than they have ever been stretched. The six who had trouble were, however, quick studies and by going over it all just one more time, they all had the "ah-ha" moment. The next experiment should be in a long-term care facility where the elders are challenged to become wise, "Take all that you have learned throughout your lifetime, and place it within this model. Now, how much more do you have to learn before lights out tonight?"