Firstly, most magicians will not fool you every single time; they just want to talk to you while people tend to be so vigilant. I have learned magic tricks for years, but I do not and I can not fool people every time, because we are also ordinary person. Many people assume that the magician might treat them when the magician was talking to them; they are so scared to be made games of. Once, I was talking to my cousin then I said I am showing you a magic, I turned her hands over, and did some magic moves which is to confused her, actually I put a plastic toy Spider which looks so real sticked to her hand, she turned her hand over, she screamed and jumped very high and shook her hand heavily, while I was laughing at her reaction. After that, she always try to avoid talking to me because she does not want to be fooled again, she was so vigilant especially when I ask her questions which are considered prelude of a trick. However, most of the tim...
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...ots of optics principles that makes his shadow looks exactly same when he changed angles, and his shadow finally disappeared in front of lights, when he reappear from the other side of Great Wall, he used the opposite way, the whole illusion involved lots of scientific principles that you can not even imagine, and the whole illusion was designed by David Copperfield. Without enough scientific knowledge, can he do the illusion?
Magic is a special art that different from others, if a singer was singing poorly, she was stilling singing, if Michael Jackson dances Billie Jean poorly; he is still king of pop. But if a magician performed poorly and exposed the secret of the trick, and that is no longer magic show. That is a stupid show. Art of magic is special, and then magicians are need to be special, while most magicians are ordinary persons behind magic tricks.
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