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They can walk over the water!

 
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No, it's real! But you can only do it if you really believe in it. Go and try it yourself!
 
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Seriously though... there is a world of difference between walking on water, and running on it. If you run really fast, you can cover a lot of distance before gravity takes over.

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Henry Wong wrote:
Seriously though... there is a world of difference between walking on water, and running on it. If you run really fast, you can cover a lot of distance before gravity takes over.



But only if you don't look down: Cartoon Physics
 
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It reminds me of the famous "Megawoosh" stunt that was so well-created and realistic appearing:
Megawoosh
 
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Oh, I forget to tell you, it works best if you put your best clothes on! So go on and try it!
 
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Henry Wong wrote:
Seriously though... there is a world of difference between walking on water, and running on it. If you run really fast, you can cover a lot of distance before gravity takes over.

Henry



Henry will try it!


But I know someone who can do it:
 
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Rogerio Kioshi wrote:

Henry Wong wrote:
Seriously though... there is a world of difference between walking on water, and running on it. If you run really fast, you can cover a lot of distance before gravity takes over.

Henry



Henry will try it!


Don't try this in a swimming pool as the chlorine causes the water to loose the consistency river water has and your chance of falling increases.

 
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Once my friend told me that his swimming teacher could float(horizontally) on water without any equipment.
 
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There is no trick in floating horizontally. It works on the buoyancy principle. Anybody can do it.
 
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not me. i sink.
 
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fred rosenberger wrote:not me. i sink.


Me too. I think I'm too heavy for the water..
 
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