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The Physics of Nutballs Somersaulting in an Indoor Skydiving Tube

Indoor skydiving looks magical—but it's just physics. Here's how it works. The post The Physics of Nutballs Somersaulting in an Indoor Skydiving Tube appeared first on WIRED.
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