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That`s how the BIG cup filled the others - or maybe not cylenders - dividers? What ever!
what he did is he had rigged glasses. they had more than one section too them. the design of the glass covered up the dividers and the murky water also covered the dividers up so you wouldn`t notice. BUT!!! you can see the divider in the big cup if you pause it when he is pouring the water into the little cup.
WE HAVE A WINNER!
That`s how it all went down!
The last pours were into a third section that was very thin. That`s how he did it.
The Fabricant may be correct that there was water in there before, but that was only half of the story! By the way, everyone, there were no cylenders inside the glasses. There were just (probably) dividers made of plexy or something. Who knows. It`s fun just to think that it was baking soda and vinegar or that it may have been MAGIC! OOUOOUOOUOOH!!! ;-()
The sex of the person in the video is inconsequential, unless you want to use as a basis for some sexist joke. "AHAHA, LOOK. It`s a girl doing that trick, and we all know girls are tricksies!!"
by the way, if i ever found a genie, my first wish would be for three extra wishes. then i would have five. and i could use one of those five to wish for, say, ten more wishes. then i would have fourteen wishes. eventually, i could have millions and millions of wishes.
Think grade 4 science experiment.
I`m more inclined to believe that there`s already liquid in the other glasses and that there are cylinders or some other reservoirs in the glasses holding that water. Explains why there`s enough liquid for each glass at the end.
You can see whatever he is pouring clearly fall to the bottom of the glass, if any other liquid was in there, it would cloud and mix. There also wouldn`t be a water hitting glass sound as it poured in.
Now here is how he really did it. Look at the last big glass. When he pours it in, it looks like the liquid is hitting something in the middle. It is.
The bottom of each glass comes up to about a cm below the top. The liquid pours in around the upped bottom, making it look like more liquid is in the glass then there actually is. Now the uppded bottom is hollow with a open top, containing water. So each cup has extra liquid to fill the larger cups, and fill the smaller cups at the end.
I`ve done this trick a couple of times.
Just that it isn`t real.
I`ll leave it at that.
Half the people here must be on something, especially considering how blatantly it dilutes.
Chances are he has some sort of device inside them to let the water into the milk easier.
If you watch closely when he shakes the last drops from cup 2 into cup 3, you can clearly see the rim of cup 2`s inner chamber since you`re looking at it from a different angle. That gives you an idea of the relative sizes of the hidden reservoirs
Jimmy-Joe scratches his head, then answers "A bottle of Guinness that never gets empty. "Granted master" retorted the Genie and produced the bottle. Jimmy-Joe was delighted and got drunk on this one magic Guiness bottle for weeks then he remembered that he had two other wishes. He rubbed the lamp again and the Genie appeared. "Yes master, you have two more wishes, what would you like?" "You know that magic, never ending Guinness bottle" he asks the Genies. "Well, for my final two wishes, I`d like another two of them"
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screem out at any one but me!
This makes the `milk` look less dense because that`s exactly what it is...it`s less dense due to the reduced depth of the liquid.
Last time I checked milk wasn`t as chunky and gooey as that stuff. Well except if you forgot to take it out of the sun for a day or two ;)
i could see in every glass a cylinder in the middle. well not in the first one. look about a inch up from the bottom were the inside cylinder is closest of the edge of the glass.
I think glock is onto something, however, it doesn`t explain why the liquid was diluted...
I think there was a smaller glass filled with water inside the glass, and the person poured the milk from the sides and after a certain amount the two mixed and looked bigger..
they could of added a lot at the last cup because it went of the screen
Still cool, even though Fabricant`s right.