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Watch how it is possible to run across a liquid.

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Is it possible to walk on water? Mythbusters finds out.

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Want to learn some quick physics tricks to impress your friends, teachers or just for fun? Check out this quick video explaining some neat tricks governed by the laws of physics!

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Could you unmake a cake using this method?

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Carbon dioxide gas dissolved in soft drinks gives them their fizz. You can use the carbon dioxide fizz from a soft drink to make raisins dance.

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Have you ever been on a boat cruise and wondered how you’re staying afloat? How are these ships able to float on water, which is much less dense than steel?

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How can you build the best paper airplanes? Learn some of the laws of aerodynamics here and make some amazing aircraft!

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Did you ever wonder why on earth golf balls are designed with dimples? Still don’t have the answer? Take it in stride; golfers needed nearly four hundred years to figure that one out.

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Although dispensing foamy mousse from a can seems magical, the mechanism can be explained using physical chemistry.

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You've likely been told on more than one occasion that knuckle cracking can lead to arthritis. This is because of the popular misconception that the cracking sound is caused by the scraping of bone or cartilage.

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