Magic Tube – Sick Science! #134

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Tissue paper is known for a few things. For example, tissue paper is soft and nice for blowing your nose. Tissue paper is not, however, known for its tensile strength. Most people wouldn’t be surprised if a common housefly could tear through a piece. In the Magic Tube – Strong Tissue Paper experiment, though, we’ll show you a way to make tissue paper nearly impenetrable.

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  1. Furthermore, the crystal shape distributes the force in ALL directions (most part goes downwards but still it is less than taking it directly from the straw-on-tissue-method) Anyway, lets just say to sum it up it depends all on the weight/force distributionRead moreShow less

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