Introduction: Gravity Defying Ball

This is an amazing ball which, although on a ramp, can go down incredibly slowly. It can be used as a magic trick prop as it can really baffle the audience. This is very easy to make - no magnets, no strings, no hocus pocus, just pure awesomeness......

Step 1: Materials

All you need is -

1) Honey

2) A plastic ball (It should split in two halves)

3) A heavy ball (Smaller than the plastic ball)

That's it!

Step 2: Preparing the Ball

First of all, put the heavy ball inside the plastic one. Then, pour in honey so it covers at least half of the heavy ball. Put the top back on and you're done!

(Note: If you're using a transparent plastic ball, you might want to conceal the insides)

Step 3: Final Result

This is the video of it in action **Sorry for the bad quality**

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Danger is my middle name made it! (author)2014-06-02

Wow, very cool! What did you use for the heavy ball? And where did you get the plastic ball?

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aru12295 made it! (author)aru122952014-06-03

Actually I didn't have a heavy ball. I took 2 part epoxy (m seal), rolled it up into a ball and let it set (It was really heavy). As for the plastic ball, it came with a pack of chocolates and a toy (Kind of like Kinder surprises).
Thanks for commenting :)

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tkaraokekrazy made it! (author)2014-05-28

Nice demo!

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aru12295 made it! (author)aru122952014-05-28

Thanks!

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repkid made it! (author)2014-05-25

Very nice, no suggestions I can think of.

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aru12295 made it! (author)aru122952014-05-25

Thanks!

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