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Why is ice slippery? [Video]
posted September 9 2011 11:11.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Like everything else, there is a scientific explanation to this, and youtube user 1veritasium reveals it...



[Link: 1veritasium]
Tags: physics   science   how it works   revealed   
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