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How To Do Magic

Once, the secrets of magic were hard to find. 

They were hidden in secret books behind locked doors in private clubs that only a select few magicians had access to.

Now, you only need to know one word to learn the secrets of magic.

Google.

All of the secrets of magic can be found on YouTube, social media, wikipedia and a dozen other websites.

However, none of those sites will teach you how to do the magic by yourself.

Learning the secrets of magic from YouTube is like dissecting a frog. 

You learn how the frog works but you kill the frog. And you have no idea how to make a frog.

If you'd like to learn the real secrets of magic. I highly recommended visiting Magic Universe  and checking out their range of tricks. 

I can also recommend the incredible lectures of Penguin Magic.

 

However, if you're after a free option, check out the magic section of your library. There's more cool stuff there then you'd imagine. 

For more information on the neuroscience of magic, check out this interview with neuroscientists Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez-Conde. 

In the mean time, here's a simple trick for me. 

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2016 The Bad Science Show - School Shows & School Incursions in Melbourne Sydney and Canberra.

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