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7 Physics experiments that you can do in your kitchen [Physics]
posted April 8 2013 19:10.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




For the ignorant, there is no separating line between physics and magic. Here are seven cool experiments in a short video, showing how to perform and explaining the "magic" behind...



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