Create giant bubbles.
Your brain combines information from your eyes in surprising ways.
Find the center of gravity of almost any object just by using your fingers.
Get a shock from a pie pan and some socks.
Now you can explain why the sky is blue and the sunset is red.
To see or not to see.
Use a sheet of liquid crystal to learn about how infrared cameras work.
A thin layer of air trapped between two pieces of Plexiglas䋢 produces rainbow-colored interference patterns.
Light can bend around edges.
A flash of light prints a lingering image in your eye.
Two cylinders that look the same may roll down a hill at different rates.
Build your own spectroscope, a device to analyze the spectrum of light.
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