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In this video I show you how to make things float using a physics! This principle that I use is called Bernoulli's Principle and air drag. It says that when fluids move faster they also have lower pressure. So I use a leaf blower to blow air across different objects to check which ones can stay afloat due to the drag of air holding it up and Bernoulli's principle holding it in the center of the stream.
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