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Special event halloween
Special event halloween
Special event halloween

Hovering Eyeball - Halloween Party Experiment

As it floats all about, it maintains a chilling glance in your direction. You’ve seen it in a variety of movies, television shows, and theatric productions but now you have the opportunity to see it live and in person at your next Mad Science Halloween Party.

It is meant to stay in your socket but before you know it, it becomes captured in an air pocket. What is it that I am speaking of? The infamous hovering eyeball. Our eyes are one of the most important components of our body. They allow us to see and ultimately they help contribute to the development of our imagination. Using our eyes in this case, will help us learn the ins and outs of air pressure and how it relates to science.

During this experiment, the audience will experience the thrilling effects of a floating eyeball with the help of a few typical household items, and a little glimmer of science.

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Eye Facts

    • Eating carrots can help to improve your eyesight.
    • Excessive computer use or watching an excessive amount of television can potentially cause damage to the eyes.
    • Boys are much more prone to color blindness than girls.
    • The average eyeball weighs nearly 30 grams.
    • The average human blinks over 4 million times per year.
    • Eyelashes assist in keeping harmful things out of our eyes such as dirt, lint, and hair.
    • The human eye cannot produce tears until the individual is approximately 8 weeks old.
    • It is virtually impossible for anyone to sneeze with their eyes open (go ahead…try it!)

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