1. Fill a large glass to the brim.
2. Cover glass with a piece of paper.
3. Quickly trun the glass over onto table.
4. Now smoothly pull the glass up off the water and twist. With a little practice, you will be able to leave the water standing about eighty percent of the time.
1. From a high faucet, let two feet of water flow, then cut it off just under the faucet.
2. CAREFULLY swing top (A) down and join to bottom (B) i a cirlce, taking care to not squeeze it, and stand gently on a flat surface.
3. Water will keep flowing like this for many minutes. (On the principle of hydrokinectic fusion).