The team will be performing physics tricks – hand-held demos using things you can find at home – and making sure you get a go too. Some of the tricks are messy, some are noisy, but all of them are guaranteed crowd pleasers that help to illustrate different areas of physics.
Try making a balloon kebab – can you stick a skewer through a balloon without bursting it? Do your friends trust you enough to sit still while you hold a whole glass of water upside down over their heads? Try all of these and more.
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