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I noticed that American Science and Surplus has a "double bounce" apparatus
in their latest catalog. It consists of a stack of, I believe, 5 drilled
each smaller than the next, and a stick to keep them together. They claim,
and I don't
doubt, a very spectacular bounce of the top ball with a short drop.
At 05:42 AM 10/23/96 +0000, you wrote:
I understand from Roy Schwitters that the double bounce demo was "invented"
at Harvard, and the video clip won some bucks from the TV program.
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