By Jay Cassell, Kirk Deeter
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Hold one water balloon and stand about 6 feet (2 m) away from your helper. 2. Have your helper stand with her arms held out stifﬂy in front of her. 3. Lob the water balloon to your helper. She should try to catch the water balloon without moving her hands toward her body. What happens? 4. If the water balloon doesn’t break, each of you should take a step backward. Then the helper should lob the water balloon back to you. You should also try to catch the water balloon without moving your hands toward your body.
How far does this cardboard ﬁgure have to rotate before it falls over?
Fisherman's Bible: The World's Most Comprehensive Angling Reference by Jay Cassell, Kirk Deeter