How to Use Gummy Bear to Build Anti-Gravity Quarters Stack

Serge Glikshtein, who is our new ObjectGraph Fellowship in gravitational physics, discovered some significant effects of gummy bear on solid materials like metal surface. If you have quoters in your pocket, please try this amazing trick for your friends.

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Learn DIY tips from Dr. Glikshtein: Stack 56 coins

like a picture below using gummy bears.


Step 1: Prepare coins and gummy bears

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We recommend the cheapest gummy bear from CVS pharmacy. Their average price is around $1.79 (2 for $3.00). Quarters should be cleaned and polished.

Step 2: Rub coins with gummy bears

After polishing each coin, take one gummy bear and rub on the coin about 10-20 seconds.

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Step 3: Place the coin on top of the stack slowly


That’s it. How simple is that? Amazing! Please check more details from his article.


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Dr. Glickshtein’s latest article is available from here: Significant effect of gummy bear cohesion on quoter’s surface (PDF).

Anika Narra, Serge Glikshtein, and Kiichi Mamu

A Department of Applied Gravitational Physics, Faculty of Computer Science, University of  Pseudoo, 3820 Moscow, Russia

Institute of ObjectGraph LLC, Research Fellow, New York, USA Received 1 April 2011;  revised 1 April 2011;  revised 1 April 2011.  Available online 1 April 2099. Closing Comment We are honored to display a part of Dr. Glikshtein’s Personal Gummy Bear Collection here: Screen shot 2011-04-01 at 2.29.42 AM

Photo Credit: NASA

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