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Removing Coins from a Dice Tower: No Magic — Just Physics
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There are phenomena that seem impossible—at first glance. But some knowledge of physics can often allow us to plan and also perform the seemingly impossible without any magic. Here is a very simple experiment that can be done with a whole group of students. I learned about it from an activity in a science center, where it was posed as a magical puzzle.
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