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Kittens Learn About Physics, Then Try to Kill It

Kittens will play with anything, it’s true and that includes the famous physics game, Newton’s Cradle.

If you don’t remember what Newton’s Cradle is, it “demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres.”

In other words, if you swing a ball at one end, the ball at the other end will absorb that energy through the other balls and then swing out as well.

Balls. Heh.

So, anyway, these adorable kittehs discover a Newton’s Cradle and begin be exploring the resulting physics, but end by trying to destroy them.

ADORABLE. Except, you know, to the toy. It probably wishes the kittens left it alone.


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