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How to Make a Hurricane on a Bubble

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How do scientists mimic the physics of a hurricane on the surface of a bubble? What other types of crazy research are bubbles used for? Learn how to create colorful vortices on a bubble in your kitchen!

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Physics Girl

How to curve a ball backwards using science

Curving and bending a ball using the magnus effect is common in every sport.

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How to curve a ball backwards using science

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Bizarre spinning toys

Spinning toys and tops have unusual behaviors.

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Bizarre spinning toys

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How science explains monster waves

Enormous, spontaneous waves in the open ocean were once the tall tales of sailors.

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How science explains monster waves

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Could you replace your eye with a camera?

How does the eye compare to a camera?

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Could you replace your eye with a camera?

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