A rope is tied to a tennis ball at one end, and to a brick at the other. The rope runs loosely through a plastic handle, allowing it to slide freely.
Spin the ball on its rope around in a circle above your head. As the radius of rotation increases, the centripetal acceleration does as well, increasing the force acting on the brick. At a certain point, the force will be sufficient to lift the brick off the table!
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