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How Do Modern Hoverboards Work? (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill)

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08.23.2020



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Back to the Future predicted hoverboards in 2015, but the modern day ones are a little different. Kyle explains all of them on this week’s Because Science!

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• We rode the Hendo hoverboard http://nerdi.st/1RwoDh3
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• How the Lexus hoverboard works http://nerdi.st/1GICXik
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