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Small 5mm magnetic balls, also known as Neoballs or magnetic spheres, are widely available. But here is a new trick that you can do with them. We think it is to do with minimum energy states and thermodynamics, but putting the maths aside, it is just fun to see!
Every so often we have a re-shoot of some of our favourite toys, and these electric light bulbs from Japan are amazing!
We posted a video of this toy about 4 years ago, back in the old low definition days. But now we have an HD camera, we thought we would re-visit the Atomic Trampoline - a truly amazing piece of physics! PS Tim bought this toy many years ago, and the company that produced it seems no longer to exist...
This fun toy lights up when you touch both ends, as this allows a very small electric current to pass through your body. The Energy Stick is battery powered, and if you have a number of people in a circle all holding hands, you can get electricity all around the circle, and get the Energy Stick to l...
The Levitron Ultimate is an amazing science toy. Tim rates the Levitron as one of his all time favourites. However they do take a little bit of setting up. And so, in response to a couple of requests, Tim starts with a boxed Levitron, opens up the packaging, and sets it up.