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Paperclips Respond to Electromagnetism on a Train

Watch the paperclips move to the electromagnetic fields on a Japanese train as it accelerates and decelerates. Fitting that Japan’s got the cutest paperclips I’ve ever seen, and they’re not even shaped like Sanrio characters or woodland creatures.

 
 
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