SURPRISING MAGIC TRICKS
This video is full of magic! You will learn how to make optical illusions that seem physically impossible. It’s a perfect way to prank your friends and have a lot of fun. For perfect performance you need to practice a lot otherwise the tricks will be too slow. Let’s start from the trick when a girl eats her fingers. She pretends to chew while managing her time perfectly in order to conceal the finger she is supposedly biting off. Next trick is moving hat. You need to wear an oversized jacket and instead of having your hand inside the sleeve you keep it close to your torso. So, you move your hat with your hand but the viewers can’t understand what you do.
How to make your money fly? Pretty easy. Check it out in our video. You will simply need to attach small pieces of a drinking straw to the back of the banknote and poke an invisible thread through it. Done! Just don’t forget to practice in front of the mirror for a while to look professional.
Watch our video to find more mind-blowing science experiments and you will change your opinion that science a very boring thing! Check out more jaw-dropping tricks you can make using water! Pour water into a clear cup and heat in microwave for 8 minutes. Now put a pencil into the water. Yes, the water is boiling! You can also put knife or sugar in the water to perform this trick.
Magnets are not only super useful items you can use at home but also you can amaze your friends with cool experiments! Make a levitation magnet, spinning copper wire hoop, a water compass. You can make a lot of magic tricks at home using magnets.
00:09 Optical illusions
04:15 Levitation magic trick
05:30 Amazing water tricks
06:16 Racing spiders
12:13 Homemade kinetic sand
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