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Balancing Brooms: It’s Not About the Planets

This in’t new, but it is popular. Balancing a broom on its brushes. Cool trick, but the big problem is what people say. “Hey, today is special because the planets are aligned and you can balance a broom!” Well, today may indeed be special (it could be your birthday or something) but the position of [...]
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