3 videos to watch this weekend - 21 February

Look into the eyes of a loved one and see what happens. You can start by watching what happens when 6 couples try it below. It was inspired by an article about whether you can compel someone to love you, which itself was created following an experiment to determine if it was possible. Now find you partner and take 4 minutes to look into their eyes.

Pulling a rabbit out of a hat or cutting a person in half is so last century, modern magicians do their magic on iPad. Simon Pierro wows Ellen with some old fashioned sleight of hand and modern tech wizardry.

In the final seconds of the game the team with the ball are only trailing by one point. The heroic player takes the shot, it is on target, it hits the rim, it looks like it will go in, the time runs out and you really won't believe what happens next.


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