This student invented a bulletproof wall to protect from school shootings

According to Audrey Larson, her bulletproof panel is a non-political solution to a highly-politicized issue.
2:57 | 08/13/18

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It's follow the ball to be held very air. Now the law for cats hide behind in the event of a lot student art teacher went plot off a wall panels on the fault and the kids would follow normal lockdown procedure which is to kind of huddle in the corner. And then. The teacher when Paul. Two panels around the kids and not place on the all kind of drink and trying. I traded sick kids let's. That kids Preston's hurt how large assailants there coastal act of hundreds steel instant on system highlight Akron and if I'm talking about it but apparently long hours are safe and I hear about all of the school shootings but I'm a lot of my friends here about it became. Almost a topic at school which is one I kind of got the idea. As a mom I was I was saddened that these are the things that are on the mind of of a freshman. I'm school. I think as an engineer. I was fascinated with the robustness and he did detailed design quirk. There 500 still is known for withstanding bullets fun. Very large and scary looking gotten access nano crystals on absorb a lot of pressure from the initial an of the bullet sort of like a lot just by just doesn't and so when the ball initially had things in I'm locked up excellent experience of absorbs shock which we'll leave it there 500 C alleges in this and the combination. Present requires quite a bitter room in front of it in or the doors and panels as we open. Which might cause a problem with thousands visualized deaths or confined area but her design concept can easily be taken in spin off and other design. Right now I'm working. Long. And I don't know quite how completely realistic is buying it. The idea. It and the concept. Marks it's a non political solution which makes it and may be easier to implement in comparison to us from the other stations as the gun control debate has been gone since called mind. I think that my generation this going to be changed Moline ill and my generation tend to be. You know for a thinkers and tend to be go getters on a libel my access. I mean. We've tried to four and speculated that kids of my generation are you talking honestly getting animal and then once we have the ability and we get out of causing the jobs and are starting to be involved I'm thinking.

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