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Let’s Physics the Bejesus Out of Rubber Bands

There is a classic experiment that looks at the end of a falling slinky. Could you repeat this with a rubber band and a mass? No, it doesn't work—here's why. The post Let’s Physics the Bejesus Out of Rubber Bands appeared first on WIRED.
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