Canadian coins are made of steel, and are attracted to magnets. That is until we break their magnetism!

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A small hose is filled with a bucket of water, and attached to a beachball, which is lowered off of the 3rd floor balcony. Water continues to fill the ball, leading to explosive results.

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Watch the Little Shop of Physics Crew use pressure from gravity to crush a metal can!

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How much can 100 toy cars pull? We found out!

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The Little Shop of Physics Crew dances disco on the track to show the speed of sounds as it propagates through the air!

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This week we are working on an awesome podcast to show the speed of sound. Check out this quick little teaser to tide you over until we’re done editing.

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Check out our Zero Gravity Box!

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Hit a giant water balloon with a baseball bat? Yes, please!

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A magnet is placed in the air above a superconductor and it just stays there like magic. But it’s not magic, it’s science. Check out all of the awesome experiments we can do!

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The Little Shop of Physics team uses a giant water balloon to demonstrate waves!

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