Fuck the police. .. The answer? It's an Australian design. sculpture balance Art physics Illusion Gravity
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#5 - GDUBBS ONLINE (07/27/2014) [+] (11 replies)
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Still a cool sculpture. Thats the only way i can see it being possible though
#2 - walkingwaffles (07/27/2014) [+] (9 replies)
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Wild guess on how it works:

A: The rope has a metal core.
B: The upper rock is not uniform in the sense that the part further to the right is bigger (or heavier at least), making the centre of mass different from the geometrical centre of the figure, more specifically placing it somewhere in the interval of space where the lowest rock touches the ground, thus making it not fall over.
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#10 - mankey (07/27/2014) [+] (7 replies)
The answer? It's an Australian design.
#3 - warlockrichard (07/27/2014) [+] (4 replies)
#19 - professordolan ONLINE (07/27/2014) [+] (2 replies)
its a scuplture maybe and its hollow????pls fj
inb4 some faggot look it up on the google and tell me u no right about thisand all thumb me down
#34 - grimmwaters ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
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#16 - mitchimuss (07/27/2014) [-]
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#1 - captaincapital ONLINE (07/26/2014) [-]
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#35 - apurpleliger (07/27/2014) [-]
Good thing that second rock is there to keep the first one from floating away.
#17 - chaossniper ONLINE (07/27/2014) [-]
thats ******** and you know it
#50 - VaultTechy (07/27/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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#9 - angryninja (07/27/2014) [-]
Sir Isaac Newton vs Bill Nye. Epic Rap Battles of History Season 3.
#55 - serterazi (07/27/2014) [-]
I love these
User avatar #31 - asmodeu (07/27/2014) [-]
You fags have no clue about physics and how it works.
This is clearly the tension-stretch-Rockrfellow effect. Basically if you put enough tension in a piece of rope it can become as hard as the material it being tied to. This works best if you tie two nuggets of raw wolverinium together. I saw this experiment on youtube with a guy who used a sword to try and cut a rope tying two wolverinium nuggets together. Sword broke on impact.
User avatar #4 - welfarekid (07/27/2014) [-]
10/10 would observe
User avatar #54 - bouazizforever (07/27/2014) [-]
Where is this located?
User avatar #52 - demandsgayversion (07/27/2014) [-]
I thought it was a Stone Age rear-view mirror.
#46 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
You guys are ******* retarded. Or just acting retarded, but that's not much better.
#42 - anonymous (07/27/2014) [-]
The whole platform with the stones falls down with the constant acceleration 9.81 m/s2
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