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Tea bag physics

By Murray Bourne, 06 Dec 2006

This is a great example of learner-created content - produced by a 13-year old Aussie girl.

Some of the comments on YouTube were funny:

  1. Accent's cute
  2. That's really cool, Josie! Nice job. ūüôā
  3. Excellent video. Thanks Josie! Entertaining and educational
  4. Funny accents
  5. Australian accents are hot.

Now, I wonder which parochial country was responsible for comment #4...?

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