Magic Arcs – Sick Science! #203


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It’s probably the world’s most baffling optical illusion. Hold one arc above the other and ask the question, “Which arc is bigger?” The bottom arc will always look bigger than the top one, yet they are actually the same size! Reverse the arcs to make the other one look bigger. What you see is not always what you get! Keep reading and we’ll let you in on some presentation ideas and stunts that will really amaze and fool your friends.

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  1. You guys are joking about this adult supervision right? Well what if a little kid did this in the kitchen and the stove was left on to warm up the food… And the kid was throwing it and the paper fell in the fire?!? Huh what would do then? You never know what could happen…

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