Liquido, By Jay Crowe

May 8, 2008
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Pfft, this is a waste of the gimmick. Chocolate coins are for eating, not for use in magic tricks. 'Nuff said.
On a serious note, this sounds awesome. Trouble is I have too much stuff to buy at the moment. 'Tis shocking.
 

Deechristopher

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Haha, That is EXPOSURE 101 up there - how could you?!?!?!

Back to reality, I don't know of any videos, but seriously, imagine a coin in spectator's hand melting visually like ice to some mad mercury type liquid...And no...it's not mercury :p

D.
 
Dec 14, 2007
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This was in my high school physics book. Every magician with an inkling of science background will know what this is (and has already considered it, and abandoned it). A better method was published in the later 1800's. Of course, that one was not so good for one's health. Nevertheless, the principle is established - this is not something revolutionary as promised in the instructions. Further, there was a practical application using this material for sale a few years ago. It was not a melting coin - for reasons obvious to those who know the method.

In short, there is a very good reason you will not see a real time, start to finish video of Liquido.

The verdict is already in over at the cafe. Apparently this has devolved from "a trick" to a "concept."

Be careful out there.

Brad Henderson
 
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