By taking advantage of resonance, you can cause two pendulums to swing in identical cycles.
Study ultraviolet radiation from the sun and other sources using UV beads.
Polarized light reveals stress patterns in clear plastic
A bicycle wheel acts like a giant gyroscope.
These pendulums trade swings back and forth.
A flash of light prints a lingering image in your eye.
A thin layer of air trapped between two pieces of Plexiglas䋢 produces rainbow-colored interference patterns.
Getting used to looking at one color can lead you to perceive an entirely different color.
See yourself as others see you.
Some lightbulbs appear to wiggle and flash when you give them the raspberry, but the only thing wiggling is you.
Make a friend disappear, leaving only a smile behind.
Objects change size when heated or cooled
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