Slow motion Slinky

 

Science video producers Veritasium teamed up with University of Sydney physics professor Rod Cross to reveal the surprising way an extended Slinky falls to the ground. A slow motion camera captured the action at 300 frames per second, but even in slow-mo, you may want to watch it a couple times to truly believe what you’re seeing.

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