The Flying Circus of Physics
  • The Flying Circus of Physics: Season 4 Outtakes Teaser

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    Season 4 of The Flying Circus of Physics lands Sept. 4! Stay tuned for wacky experiments involving microwaves, cheerios, eggs and much more. We promise Jearl will figure out his lines by then. Show less
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    • The Flying Circus of Physics: Season 4 Outtakes Teaser - Duration: 57 seconds.

      • 6 days ago
      • 92 views
      Season 4 of The Flying Circus of Physics lands Sept. 4! Stay tuned for wacky experiments involving microwaves, cheerios, eggs and much more. We promise Jearl will figure out his lines by then.
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Rattleback Rotation (Episode 3.6) - Duration: 3 minutes, 29 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      • 333 views
      Cleveland State University physics professor Jearl Walker visits Campus International School for the Season 3 finale of The Flying Circus of Physics. Watch Jearl and his friends have some fun with ...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Impossible (?) Coin Trick (Episode 3.5) - Duration: 2 minutes, 34 seconds.

      • 4 months ago
      • 515 views
      We're going to a higher set of dimensions in this mind- and space-bending episode of The Flying Circus of Physics. Jearl Walker shows off a coin trick for all you magicians-in-training out there.
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Siphon Effect (Episode 3.4) - Duration: 2 minutes, 5 seconds.

      • 7 months ago
      • 606 views
      What's Jearl Walker cooking up today? The Cleveland State University physics professor is using strings of beads and a strand of macaroni to explain the siphon effect. Mamma mia!
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: The Brazil Nut Effect (Episode 3.3) - Duration: 112 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
      • 727 views
      Cleveland State University's Jearl Walker turns into the "nutty" professor in this episode of The Flying Circus of Physics. Jearl explains why a larger object inside a container filled with smaller...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Jelly Side Down? (Episode 3.2) - Duration: 2 minutes, 31 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
      • 839 views
      Why does your toast always land jelly side down? Turns out there's a scientific reason for it. Cleveland State University physics professor Jearl Walker explains and shares how he makes sure his to...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Bottle Tap (Episode 3.1) - Duration: 95 seconds.

      • 11 months ago
      • 805 views
      Physics experiment or bubbly prank? It's for you to decide in the season 3 premiere of The Flying Circus of Physics. Former CSU student Sam McNulty invites Jearl Walker to Market Garden Brewery​ to...
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    • The Flying Circus of Physics: Season 3 Blooper Teaser - Duration: 65 seconds.

      • 11 months ago
      • 1,106 views
      We're pretty sure Professor Jearl Walker is going to get this right in time for the Season 3 premiere on September 7. Stay tuned for Flying Circus of Physics fun at Market Garden Brewery, Cafe Ah-R...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Tea Leaf Effect (Episode 2.6) - Duration: 112 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      • 886 views
      This episode of The Flying Circus of Physics is your cup of tea. Jearl Walker goes with the secondary flow in the final episode of season 2, as he explains the "Tea Leaf Effect," first published by...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Phone Book Friction (Episode 2.5) - Duration: 99 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      • 1,196 views
      Evel Knievel? No, it's Cleveland State University physics professor Jearl Walker performing a daring phone book stunt. Don't know what a phone book is? No worries, Dr. Walker explains, along with h...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Toilet Paper Friction (Episode 2.4) - Duration: 98 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      • 851 views
      Over or under? How should you hang your toilet paper? Dr. Jearl Walker, physics professor at Cleveland State University, takes the scientific approach to settle this important debate once and for a...
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    • Flying Circus of Physics: Singing Corrugated Pipe (Episode 2.3) - Duration: 2 minutes, 36 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      • 556 views
      Treat your ears to some musical physics! Cleveland State University's Dr. Jearl Walker is laying down the beat with a corrugated pipe to demonstrate how a difference in air pressure can make it sing.
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