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This article pretty much explains how to build a compass with everyday things. Here is a summary with some additions: The principle Let a magnetised metallic "needle" float on some still water. Ste …
answered Jul 24 '15 by Laurent S.
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Another alternative would be to use a syringe : Pull the plunger to the max Put the needle in the cork and push until the end of the needle is in beetween the liquid and the cork Push on the …
answered Jun 24 '15 by Laurent S.
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At home, any garment will basically do the trick as long as you don't need to put it immediately afterwards. Being on vacation, that would also apply but as you're probably dealing with a limited amou …
answered Aug 27 '15 by Laurent S.