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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise. ➡️Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass #trippy #stonersofig #instastoner #sciencebitch #420 #710 #dankvids #igdaily #instagood #video #fueledbythc
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#repost @physicsfun (@get repost) ・・・ Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner. - Tag someone who would like to see this . . Source : Unknown ---------------------------------------------------------- All rights and credits to the perspective owner(s) . #dreamonscience #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #science #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #futuretech #scienceisawesome #gadeget #gadgets #floatinghourglass

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner. - Tag someone who would like to see this . . Follow ⤵ for more videos ➭ @Gizmobjects ➭ @Gizmobjects Source : Unknown ---------------------------------------------------------- All rights and credits to the perspective owner(s) . #dreamonscience #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #science #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #futuretech #scienceisawesome #gadeget #gadgets #floatinghourglass

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner. - Tag someone who would like to see this . . Follow ⤵ for more videos ➭ @dreamonscience ➭ @dreamontechnology Source : Unknown ---------------------------------------------------------- All rights and credits to the perspective owner(s) . #dreamonscience #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #science #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #futuretech #scienceisawesome #gadeget #gadgets #floatinghourglass

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳ ➡️ Follow @sultans media for more 👈 ' ' ' ' ' #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass #engineering #technologies #engineer #mechanical #education #innovation #science #project

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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass
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Can anyone guess this? 🖖🏼🤓 . #repost @physicsfun ・・・ Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass . . . #science #physics #scientist #physicist #sciencememes #sciencedaily #instascience #experiment

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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass
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Reposted from @physicsfun . Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass

Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber  so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand moves to the bottom, the hourglass straightens up lessening the friction, and it then begins to rise. ➡️Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get many of the amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #buoyancy #hourglass #float #gravity #torque #force #friction #science #scienceisawesome #floatinghourglass
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Floating Hourglass Puzzle: famous physics puzzle- why does the hourglass not start rising right away? The glass only ascends after about half of the sand has transferred to the lower bulb. The hourglass is a normal glass timer, it is submersed in plain water, and the main tube has an inner diameter which is at least 5mm larger than the diameter of the glass. A simple physics property of the hourglass changes and explains this behavior. I'll post the answer in a few days. Another puzzle made famous by Martin Gardner.⏳➡️ Answer: Thanks for all the creative and thoughtful answers! Here’s my best take- sand moves within any hourglass and the property of the hourglass that changes most significantly as the sand redistributes is its center of mass. When the assembly is initially flipped over the hourglass is very top heavy with all the sand in the top chamber so it tilts and presses against the wall of the tube with enough force that friction holds it in place. When enough sand

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Thanks to @lazygamereviews Year-end Extravaganza video I just enjoyed a few hours playing #donutcounty. A game where you play as a hole! It's a really cool little puzzler, nothing super complicated though. Nice music and fun graphics. Finished it in one sitting. 👍

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This is why watching YouTube videos is dangerous 😆! I end up buying Funko Pops and new Games... - Thanks to @lazygamereviews Year-end Extravaganza video I just enjoyed a few hours playing #donutcounty. A game where you play as a hole! It's a really cool little puzzler, nothing super complicated though. Nice music and fun graphics. Finished it in one sitting. 👍 #donutcountygame #switch #nintendoswitch #switchgames #switchgame #switcheshop #indiegame #videogames #videogame #gamer #gamergirl #harrypotter #harrypotterhedwig #hedwig #nintendoswitchgames #geek #indiegaming #nintendo #lgr #lazygamereviews #annapurnainteractive #benesposito #physicspuzzle #whimsical #puzzlegame #happysunday #discoverunder500 #casualgame #casualgamer

When you need to get the cube somewhere not reachable and the portals don't allow you to build up speed, just use the light bridge.

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When you need to get the cube somewhere not reachable and the portals don't allow you to build up speed, just use the light bridge. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Can you solve The Physics Teacher's December #FiguringPhysics puzzle on sliding ice cubes? The answer will be posted at TPT Online later this month! #physicspuzzle #iteachphysics
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Can you solve The Physics Teacher's December #figuringphysics puzzle on sliding ice cubes? The answer will be posted at TPT Online later this month! #physicspuzzle #iteachphysics

Introducing energy and energy base. The energy can bounce off walls several times before it gets destroyed. Get the energy into the energy base to change the behavior of other mechanics and environment.

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Introducing energy and energy base. The energy can bounce off walls several times before it gets destroyed. Get the energy into the energy base to change the behavior of other mechanics and environment. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Introducing projectiles and red bases. Placing a cube on a red base can change the behavior of projectiles and environment. Projectiles can change the behavior of walls and can even make the cube bouncy.

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Introducing projectiles and red bases. Placing a cube on a red base can change the behavior of projectiles and environment. Projectiles can change the behavior of walls and can even make the cube bouncy. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Also had to modify the portals a bit to make their rotation more clear.

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Also had to modify the portals a bit to make their rotation more clear. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Had to modify the controls a bit to make the portal buttons bigger and more intuitive.

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Had to modify the controls a bit to make the portal buttons bigger and more intuitive. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Fisika memang keren 👍

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@Regran_ed from @physicsfun -  Coin Escape Puzzle: physics brain teaser- remove the coin without breaking the container or using any tools other than your hands. Of course you spin it to get the quarter out- but exactly how? The solution to this puzzle (like others featured here) relies on some fun basic physics of spinning things. Answer below and swipe to reveal solution. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to find this puzzle and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicsfun #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #brainteaser #cointrick #quarterdollar #centripetal #centripetalacceleration #centrifugal #rotation #kineticenergy #potentialenergy #science ✏️ Solution: centripetal acceleration and rotational kinetic energy will raise the small steel balls from the center allowing the coin to fall through. - #regrann
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Fisika memang keren 👍 #copshare #wahyuhasianta @Regran ed from @physicsfun - Coin Escape Puzzle: physics brain teaser- remove the coin without breaking the container or using any tools other than your hands. Of course you spin it to get the quarter out- but exactly how? The solution to this puzzle (like others featured here) relies on some fun basic physics of spinning things. Answer below and swipe to reveal solution. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to find this puzzle and other amazing items featured here on @physicsfun #physics #physicsfun #physicstoy #physicspuzzle #puzzle #brainteaser #cointrick #quarterdollar #centripetal #centripetalacceleration #centrifugal #rotation #kineticenergy #potentialenergy #science ✏️ Solution: centripetal acceleration and rotational kinetic energy will raise the small steel balls from the center allowing the coin to fall through. - #regrann

Now you can select the cubes and move them around. Plus the walls can be bouncy.

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Now you can select the cubes and move them around. Plus the walls can be bouncy. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

This is how the buttons for controlling the movement of cubes will look like and behave.

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This is how the buttons for controlling the movement of cubes will look like and behave. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

Select the portal you want to create and then simply touch the wall. The rest is plain physics.

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Select the portal you want to create and then simply touch the wall. The rest is plain physics. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle

This is how the buttons for controlling portals will look like and behave.

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This is how the buttons for controlling portals will look like and behave. #portaltouch #portalgame #physicsgame #physicspuzzle