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The Peculiar Physics Of Wiffle Balls

The Peculiar Physics Of Wiffle Balls

Wiffle Balls are a lightweight alternative to baseballs, better suited for backyards then sports stadiums. The design of the Wiffle Ball guarantees you don't need a strong arm to throw a curve ball. But how does that happen? Engineering professor Jenn Stroud Rossman explains.

Duration: 14 min

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