Third in Our Signature Series
1687, Isaac Newton set down in writing his laws of motion. In
2006, Wellington Enterprises breaks his laws and you can demonstrate
that with the third release in our Signature Series Collection.
The action takes place in the spectators hands and the props
appear quite ordinary. The magician displays an aluminum tube
about a foot and a half long and a small brass block that easily
fits into the tube. Ask a spectator to hold the tube vertically
with one hand and drop the block into the top with the other and
then catch it at the bottom with the same hand. The block falls
to the bottom in a fraction of a second. The quick can catch it.
to make the task easier. The magician removes a very special rock
from its suede bag explaining that it is an actual piece of moon
rock. Amazingly, even on earth, this rock retains its unique lunar
properties. Explaining that gravity on the moon is one sixth that
of earth, the spectator is asked to pass the moon rock along the
length of the tube and then to try the drop again. This time,
the block defies gravity and falls slowly through the
tube. You have to see this to believe it. Holes along the
length of the tube allow everyone to see the block floating down
the length of the tube. The spectator must wait with his hand
at the bottom of the tube for the block to fall through.
demonstration is repeated with a flat aluminum strip. The spectator
is asked to initial a small sticker that is then attached to the
brass block. Next hes asked to hold the flat strip at a
steep angle and to place the brass block at the top and release
it. The block glides quickly down. The spectator passes the moon
rock along the length of the strip and tries it again. Even though
the marked block has remained in the spectators possession,
it now glides slowly and eerily down the strip proving
the powers of the moon rock!
can be minutely examined. They will find nothing. We supply
all you need for the complete presentation. Its easy
to do and a real fooler. In fact, its so unique that
youll amuse yourself with it. If only Isaac Newton could
Price includes aluminum tube, aluminum strip,
brass block, "moon rock," suede bag, labels, two precision
machined gimmicks, and detailed instructions.