The Carbonaro Effect: Ludicrous Explanations
Michael Carbonaro may perform some crazy magic tricks, but how he explains them is even crazier. Check out 15 of Michael's most bizarre explanations!
"So it must be that when they're sealed closed and the air is inside, it's like a balloon."
"The trick is to go downside, upside and then you put them all that way."
"The batteries are juiced backwards, it actually doesn't work on light things, only heavy things."
"They're pre-lit inside, so you can just toss it in."
"The goji sand breaks it down very quickly, so the goji works with the gum bark."
"This has a cold compression process in it so it's easy to really compress a lot of beer into one."
"Just chocolate turtles and seeds together in Georgia...it's something about the agriculture that what's made in the chocolate and how it might activate with the seeds."
"It's a Portuguese cheese cork. In Portugal they weren't able to bottle wines with cork because of the cork shortage."
"The process by the way they make it is with the grapes that are frozen, and then once it hits into the oxygen that chill returns."
"It's a microfiber. They mat them out on a computer and they put the microfibers facing in different directions."
"It's crazy because the stuff solidifies so quickly. They give you this light and it pulsates with the frequency of a frog. It creates the heartbeat and then you see how the colors change."
"It's a process they do in France. Apparently it gets the wine fermented faster and it creates a vacuum inside for the wine so wines actually age a lot faster."
"They take any animal that hatches from an egg and it's I think after three days of the incubation period they put it inside the balloon and the balloon acts like an egg. It's like a floating gestation center."
"The drones are running all of the creditors, so they're replacing cards without humans because humans steal, machines don't steal."
"Most clothes that are made now have pressure points on the seams, so it's about hitting them in the right spots even inside of a bag."