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Paul B

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I remember a science teacher in about 8th or 9th grade showing us some fun with a mix of corn starch and water... under impact or pressure its hard and resilient, with passive resistance, its soft and forgiving... :)

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fishhuntcutwood

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Yeah that's cool! The Mythbusters did that for a myth about ninjas supposedly being able to walk on water.
 

Al Smith

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Yeah that's cool! The Mythbusters did that for a myth about ninjas supposedly being able to walk on water.
Those clowns tried about eveything .You can actually float a needle on water if you do not break the surface tension.Good bar room bet.

Never bet on a bar room trick,changes are you lose.;)
 
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