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A Car on the Wall of Death

This looks dangerous, but I wouldn’t call it the wall of DEATH. The basic idea is that a vehicle can ride around the inside vertical wall of a cylinder. Is it real? Yes. Is it possible? Did you not just read the last answer? It has to be possible if it is real, right? Fine. [...]
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