Will It Float?


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  1. I'm gonna assume its because the pink ball is made of a form of plastic which is bouyant,while the other ball is resien based and denser than water so sinks.

  2. @sickscience I know some of your videos are faked or misleading. Which defeats the whole purpose of your so called “science” experiments and to shed light on how the world works. You’re one of those people just trying to blur the lines further it seems. I don’t like it at all. 2 thumbs down

  3. There’s a ball in the middle. Based of the weight of the ball the ball inside can range from hallow to nearly solid and heavy. The pink ball has a hallow core with air in it. The weight isn’t great enough to hold that air down. Kind of like a boat.

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