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the pyisics of juggleing

Ben Shelton


Juggleing is a great deal harder than it looks. This is because a great deal of phyisics goes into each throw. Each time you throw, you have to calculate in your head the speed of the ball, the force you applied to it and how long it will take gravity to overcome it, and where your hand needs to be at what time. This all needs to be done within fractions of a second. attatched is a vedio of me explaining in greater detail this pricipal as well as trying it out. Will I succued like a profesional clown? or will I fail miserably like a... clown? find out! When I figure out how to publish the vedio


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