Anti-Gravity Wheel?

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+10 1. dave9191 commented 6 years ago

It's really annoying that the video just ends there and we have to go elsewhere to get the answer.
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+9 2. scratchy commented 6 years ago

http://www.snotr.com/video/10862/Gyroscopes_are_amazing
Even more amazing when an old man does it :P
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+1 3. Klemm commented 6 years ago

For whatever reason, 3:30 reminds me of space odyssey 2001

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUUtiQC_WoA#t=85

must be the music :(|)
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-11 4. Tabur commented 6 years ago

40 pounds isnt 90 kilos...
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+10 5. LightAng3l commented 6 years ago

#4 he said 19 not 90.
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+1 6. loadrunner commented 6 years ago

Like Thor's hammer, there must be a gyroscope inside, if it is forged inside a star.
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-1 7. Calvinius commented 6 years ago

He confused kilos and pounds, 40kg is around 90pnd.
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0 8. IDK399 commented 6 years ago

I watched all of his videos over the past few years. Love them. But can't help feeling that he sometimes comes across as belittling or condescending.
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+1 9. woschman commented 6 years ago

1 pound = 0.453 kg (453grams)
10 pounds = 4,53 kg (4530grams)
100 pounds = 45,3 kg (45300grams)

Sooo... 90 pounds is... make the math yourself! Now you all (can) know anyway!
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0 10. Acorn commented 6 years ago

How would this work if it was a ball?