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Thousands Of Mousetraps And Ping Pong Balls Create A Reaction You Need To See

JANUARY 4, 2015  —  By Sara Heddleston  
Sara Heddleston

Sara Heddleston

Sara has been working and writing online for so many years, she's unsure if she is still in corporeal form. She considers herself a jack of all trades, but would prefer it if you would stop calling her "Jack."

Kids the world over probably wouldn't think science was cool...til they saw their very first experiment, that is. Science experiments are meant to show us laws and reactions in action, which is great. But really? Most people just love them because they're just so cool-looking.

Take this experiment for example. A team set up 2,014 mousetraps with ping pong balls on them. The following reaction is the best thing you'll see today.

It probably isn't smart to play with mousetraps, but now it's going to be hard to resist.

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