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Roll a cigarette with static electricity.
18 Sep 2007
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In this episode of Nature's Mysteries Revealed, our host Nate Dern explores the *shocking* and fascinating world of static electricity. http://natedern.com
15 Jan 2008
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Static Electric Dog by http://www.Hp.Cotoro.com
8 Aug 2010
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The power of hair comb. Check Delpitos.Com for more
26 Nov 2006
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Make A Card Rise From The Deck Using Static
29 Dec 2008
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Make A Card Rise From The Deck Using Static
4 Feb 2008
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Astonish your friends with this simple, but amazing cigar trick !
12 Nov 2008
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Ruler and bits of tissue paper required
21 Oct 2009
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HOW STATIC ELECTRICITY FROM CLOTHES CAN IGNITE DURING FUELING!!
21 Nov 2006
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Move small objects without touching them by using static electricity. Use a glass to make the trick more complicated.
11 Dec 2006
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see the wonderful effect of static electricity
7 Feb 2007
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this clip shows what static electricity can do
7 Feb 2007
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Two little girls experience static electricity spinning their wheels while trying to push a couch with a Barbie Jeep.
6 Mar 2007
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Cat communication consists of a range of methods with which cats communicate with humans, other cats, and other animals. While superficially cats may seem to lack social behavior, in fact close study reveals a wide repertoire of subtle behaviors, which serve cats in their natural wild setting where they form organized hierarchies, and in their domestic interactions with humans.A common misunderstanding is that all "affectionate" biting is nipping. When a cat becomes irritated or tired of being petted (ie. being rubbed the wrong way, being irritated by static electricity, being sore, wanting to sleep, or just being cranky), the cat may cease to nip and start to bite. The crucial difference is that the cat will bite harder than a nip but will rarely be painful, and will be displaying other signs of irritation at being petted (ie. purring stopped, tail no longer vertical, whiskers and ears pointed backwards, paw swiping at the petting hand before or immediately after the bite). This is not a sign of outward aggression, just simply a terse request that the cat's human companion should immediately stop some action which the cat has ceased to enjoy.
7 Aug 2007
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Using the stored static electricity within a salt grinder to create lightning in a bottle.
25 Sep 2007
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Watch Jake as his long, light hair gets a massive charge of static electricity from a Van de Graaff generator! Video taken at the American Museum of Science & Energy in Oak Ridge, TN.
28 Nov 2007
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