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Anti-gravity water

Anti-gravity water

This experiment shows how a handkerchief can hold a glass of water.

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easy, experiment, science, handkerchief, glass, water, bowl, physics

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Here is what you need, wine glass, handkerchief, bowl, water, Place the handkerchief over the wine glass, Push the handkerchief down into the glass, Fill glass 3/4 full, Pull the handkerchief tight, Grab the glass and flip it slowly, Slowly pull flaps down, What do you think?, How could the handkerchief hold the water?

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