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Turning away from physics and natural sciences is both European and worldwide problem that scientists face. A possible explanation of this phenomenon may be that physics is taught in such a low number of lessons at secondary schools that students cannot develop a proper scientific view of life. Experimentation plays a fundamental role in building the right physical approach. During the programme several experiments will be performed in order to emphasise that physics is present in our everyday life thus it is of utmost importance to study physics. Invoking several spectacular experiments the complex concepts and laws of physics can be explained in a clear and easily understandable way for the general audience.