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See video Mother Goose Club - One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

A swinging version of One, Two, Buckle My Shoe for learning the numbers 1 to 10, from the Mother Goose Club.

0:41 9033 4.19
See video Mother Goose Club: Itsy Bitsy Spider

A short but lively version of itsy bitsy spider.

0:41 22747 4.13
See video World's oldest animation

A 5000 year old animated piece on an earthen goblet found in Burnt City in Sistan-Baluchestan province, south-eastern Iran.

0:00 11 4.00
See video WatchKnow - Larry Sanger

Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger explains his new initiative WatchKnow, a website which is going to be similar to EduTube and will be launched soon.

0:00 2 4.00
See video Crazy Nuts - Impossible Object Optical Illusion

A simple but mind-boggling optical illusion of the impossible object type. This illusion shows two independently moving nuts that seem to defy the laws of geometry.

0:48 4419 3.99
See video Levitating Water Illusion

Strobe lights give the illusion that water droplets are floating up or down. They are actually multiple streams of water.

0:32 338 3.83
See video Mother Goose Club: Clap Your Hands

A short but entertaining music video which will get you moving!

0:41 9333 3.82
See video Scotch tape makes opaque glass transparent

The glass is opaque because it is etched, and light scatters on the rough surface. The glue in the scotch tape fills in any regularities and allows light to pass through with little scattering.

0:20 1194 3.77
See video Magic Trick Cartesian Diver

How to make a Cartesian Diver which seemingly floats or sinks upon command. Demonstrates the principles of density and bouyency.

0:00 88 3.70
See video Levitating a frog using diamagnetic levitation

Magnetic levitation can be used to suspend an object or even live animals such as frogs or grasshoppers. This requires a very strong magnetic field in the range of 16 Teslas. 

0:09 216 3.60
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