Various demos - Gravity Is Optional, GLMS-MC show - Table 2 of 3





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Published on Apr 15, 2012

The fact that a regular light bulb contains argon (Ar) gas can be demonstrated using a hand held Tesla coil.

A chain of beads on a pulley demonstrates a type of inertia that most people are not familiar with.

There is an optical illusion with a mask.

Kids have fun playing with the Cartesian diver.

Believe it or not, there are some objects that prefer to rotate in only one direction. If you try to force them to rotate in the other direction, they will stop, all by themselves, and start rotation in the preferred direction.

"Everything seems like magic if you don't know physics"

"Gravity Is Optional" physics demonstrations at the March 2012,
GLMS-MC Gem/Mineral/Fossil Show.

Table 2 of 3 - Tesla coil, Rattle back, Chain of beads, Cartesian diver


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