NASA Engineer Shows How Carnival Games Scam You


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No carnival is complete without the carnival games. You go with your friends or a special someone and try to win them the teddy bear they have their eye on. You don’t always come out on top in these situations and find yourself losing more times than you expected.

(Source: Gizmodo)

The time to play smart is here. Science proves which carnival games are winnable and which of them are a scam. A simple example is the basketball hoop. Normally hoops are 10 feet off the ground but an engineer who used to work for NASA, Mark discovered that the hoop was 11 feet high at his local carnival. This is something that would give professional NBA players difficulty.

Take a look a the video to see the details of which games are actually winnable and which of them are just a hoax:

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