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Popsicle sticks are great for holding frozen treats and reading the occasional joke off of, but did you know they're excellent for demonstrating potential and kinetic energy? It's true! If you weave popsicle sticks together just right, you can create a chain reaction that will create a dazzling display of flying popsicle sticks!
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