Three balls go down tracks of varying widths. Which gets down first? The answer may surprise you!

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This week, Fey shows us a neat experiment called Crystal Clear, which uses a calcite crystal to make an image that is only clear when you’re wearing polarized glasses.

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This experiment creates an illusion of an endless tunnel of lights going off into the distance forever.

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This week, Katie shows us how to build a cool science experiment while recycling an old laptop computer.

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This week, McKenna teaches us how to build Chronophones, a classic LSOP experiment that makes things sound like they’re coming from different places than they actually are.

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This week, Heather shows us how to build a toy that detects static electricity!

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This week, Mayon shows us how to build a neat little experiment which show some of the physical properties of gasses in a way you can really feel!

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This week John shows us how to build a human powered clock.

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By manually turning the drill, you can make the white square get warm or cold.

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Bryan shows us a surprising experiment you can do with a ping pong ball. You might think this is a trick, and you’d be right.

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