Can You Figure This Out? [Gif]

Submitted by: ElectricEye 2 years ago in Games

Please describe your solution the comments.
There are 30 comments:
Male 210
clear liquid all ready in each glass, opaque-ness seems to get diluted with every pour
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Female 40
You know the little tumblers that look like they have liquid in them, but its on the inner sides? Maybe they used those and put hole on the top of the tumbler somehow so that...or...maybe is was just water in the glasses, lol
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Female 2,415
@madduck, my guess, too.
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Male 19
witchcraft.
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Female 2,691
It`s magic. Do I get the prize?
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Male 480
twin walled glasses. the liquid goes into the cavity.
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Female 7,867
Water in glasses- the colour change is obvious.
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Male 554
there`s water in the empty glasses, the milk slowly turn from white to opaque

...learn to science people!
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Male 155
The quality of the gif makes it difficult to determine if water was already in the glasses or not. So seeing any liquid mix is difficult.
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Male 711
The glasses move fractionally when they`re not touched between pours. So I`d go with editing.
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Male 755
REV, why can`t we see the milk swirl as it mixes with the water?
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Male 714
@rev: i could see that the milk had become diluted by the end of the trick but i thought it was complicated sleeve tube set-up that topped up the glasses.
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Female 1,329
There is an object inside the glasses displacing the liquid, so that the original liquid fills all the other glasses up.
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Male 31
nah, the table iz slanted....
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Male 550
Aliens.
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Male 191
I hate doing this because I am a magician, but this trick has been out for years and is really simple

Its a 2 part trick.

a: diminishing milk glasses

b: semi filled with water in advance to get the glasses filled at the end.



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Male 676
Watch how the glasses shift a little even after being set down. There`s been some editing.
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Male 14,835
i.e. all glasses are the same size. look at her hand
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Male 14,835
perspective
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Male 13,624
As of the below comments,
I say this because I havent a clue
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Male 196
Damn! You are very fast Mars!
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Male 196
each of the glasses contains the part of pure water that makes the difference between the smaller and the next one, so when the white water is poured in a larger glass, both are mixed to form the total volume of large glass.
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Male 3,909
Yeah, you can clearly see that it gets diluted, that was easy.
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Male 33
The inside of each container is coated with a layer of ice adding volume on each pour when it melts
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Male 1,206
Looks like Mars beat me to it.
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Male 1,206
There`s water in the glasses. That`s why at the end the milk isn`t white, because it`s been diluted.
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Male 748
The glasses already have liquid in them but it is clear. You can see the white liquid change as it fills more cups and becomes more dilute.
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Male 7,754
Just my theory:

The glasses are partitioned.

One partition in each is the same exact volume. The face of these partitions are facing forward for the first part.

The smaller partitions in the four smaller glasses, when added together, is the exact volume as one of the larger partitions.

When he sets each glass down, he rotates it so that the smaller partition is facing forward.
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Male 593
Very clever , but not clever enough!
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Male 2,729
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