This science project wil show you how to make a returning CD-ROM wheel.
This experiment is usually done with a tin can, but here you can see what is happening inside.

Step 1: Get 2 used CD-ROM

Get 2 used CD-ROM's. These will be the 2 sides of the wheel.
Bill Nye did this once- but he also stepped the experiment up at few notches by constructing one in a 55 gallon drum, using a bag of sand as the weight. I've love to get a shot of the inside of a 55-gallon one so I could make my own.
It's the Hutchenson Effect!
Oh no! Not the Hutchenson Effect!
CD-ROM with Aluminium coating, copper bolt, iron nails ... there is case for some pseudo-Hutchinson energy!
lol very very far off.... this doesn't even have a magnet, oh and its the Hutchinson Effect... but still this is very very cool. Sorry to be rude
If you do it in a can you can say that you are magician!

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