Magic Tube – Sick Science! #134
Tissue paper is known for a few things. For example, tissue paper is soft and nice for blowing your nose. Tissue paper is not, however, known for its tensile strength. Most people wouldn’t be surprised if a common housefly could tear through a piece. In the Magic Tube – Strong Tissue Paper experiment, though, we’ll show you a way to make tissue paper nearly impenetrable.
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It's the salt
i tried it and got salt everywhere
What's so magic about it
Because the more thing u put in it the harder of brake it just like the nail
The stick won't fit because of the salt.. The amount of salt in the tube is too damn high.
The salt keeps it from ripping
Furthermore, the crystal shape distributes the force in ALL directions (most part goes downwards but still it is less than taking it directly from the straw-on-tissue-method) Anyway, lets just say to sum it up it depends all on the weight/force distributionRead moreShow less