How did they Do THAT?????
ok there might be some scientific explanation for the first video but what about the second one??!!!! i couldnt think of any good, logical explanation for it!!!!! AAAAAAAAH! its driving me NUTS! could it be REAL MAGIC!!!!!!!!! what do you think?
OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!! HE FLEW!!!!!! forget about the two silly videos and explaine this one!!!! he's AMAZING! infact i think he's the greatest magician EVER!
Oh, I saw the flying video one before. Check this guy out
I want to be able to do that..Think of the possibilities..
i.....im...i....am...... speechless...... O_O!
oh! oh! what about this one! ( kinda scary)
Last edited by Aya_chan1; 05-01-2006 at 05:01 AM.
Cyril Takayama is a really good magician. There are lots of his magic videos on youtube. So be sure to check them out.
You realize that that's an ONLINE video, neh?
It's exceedingly easy to edit digital film to do whatever the hell you want with it.......
Omg These are umbelivably kool! Cyril is cool also as his magics really entertain people wid funny stuff. Theres one where he heats up a cupnoodle from nowhere!
Anyway tht 3rd magic... Its so AMAZING. I once saw a documentary TV about the first magician eva who uses science and amazed the whole audience, and tht floating thing was 1 of them.
Its so sad they wont allow us to find the trick since they still use it nowadays.
From me, I guess it uses strings sumhow... Possibly the hoops and box have slits in them for the string to get through? And under his clothes hes strangles wid strings...? It must hurt if so.
Notice when he flies he has sum grabbing emote? Sumthing smells from tht. The other flying video I think uses identical ppl.
well I can't say anything...
This was kinda amazing Speechless
the first one is floating because of superconductivity (or something like that) i remember there are certain metals that have no magnetic properties at room temperature but lower them to liek -400 farenheit (hence the liquid nitrogen) and they become uber-powerful magnets.
for the second one he probably negatized his fingers by walking on a carpet or something, the negative charge on one hand and the positive one on the other causes the aluminum foil to rotate... i think
third one is straight bullshit. hes got wires. =__=
Last edited by StealDragon; 05-01-2006 at 06:45 AM.
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Originally Posted by Aya_chan1
To explain the first video. Liquid Nitrogen must have some sort of charge (negative, positive) being dominant (i cant be bothered to check, but im quite the geek), so by creating a magnetic field using its dominant charge, it can hold a charge (like a magnet) in place. Be it in mid air or whatever.
Second video. The guy, he holds his hands funny, and constantly puts them under the table. Do you ever see those hands after between the time they go under and under again? He's obviously soaked the paper in some sort of chemical, and the magnets in his hands (gotta be) is turning it due to giving two pushes. Or else the nail type thing is turning.
Third video. Look at his trousers when he first raises up from the floor. At the ass and knee's, theres a lot of suspicious looking creases, where wires could be. And dont say "Zomg but no, he keeps waving his arms like a twat to prove theres no wires!". Think, hes probably moving his arms around to push the wires into position.
Anyway, i was bored, so decided to randomly solve some peoples confusion. And if im wrong, shoot me for having a penchant to solve puzzles.
WOW! StealDragon & Urahara64! you're really Smart! hmm... why didnt i think of that?? oh! what about the Freaky girl who dropped her head between her hands? ...eeeeh! *goose bumps*