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Spectacular tricks and their clues

Directory / Spectacular tricks and their clues

Spectacular tricks and their clues

1700 spectacular tricks with a detailed explanation of the secrets:

Novice magician. Props, training, performance



Magic tricks for children



Tricks card



Magic tricks



Tricks with paper



Tricks with ropes, cords, ribbons



Tricks with a geometric paradox



tricks with food



Tricks with animals



Tricks with tasks



Tricks with pencils



Tricks with rings



Tricks with boxes



Tricks with cubes



Tricks with coins and banknotes



Tricks with threads



Tricks with fire



Tricks with clothes



Tricks with sticks



Tricks with scarves



Tricks with dishes



Tricks with different objects



Tricks with rubber bands



Tricks with cigarettes



Tricks with vessels and liquids



Tricks with the body



Tricks with guessing



Tricks with flowers



Tricks with the clock

Tricks with balls



Tricks with eggs



Tricks with drawers and cabinets



Tricks with candles



Tricks with matches



Tricks with glass



Tricks with tables and chairs



Tricks with stage props



Tricks chemical

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Where did blue eyes come from 08.12.2008

Danish geneticist Hans Eiberg, after 12 years of research on the prevalence of blue eyes in different peoples in all corners of the planet, came to the conclusion that the first blue-eyed person appeared 6-10 thousand years ago.

He lived somewhere northwest of the Black Sea. Before one child had a mutation in the gene responsible for the synthesis of the dark pigment melanin, all of humanity had gray, black or brown eyes.

Now blue-eyed people make up from 20 to 40% of the population of different European countries.

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