The science behind circus acts

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) - The circus meets science at Bumbershoot Arial Arts in south St. Louis. You never know what you'll see at the circus, jugglers, acrobats, aerial arts, and so much more.

But at Saturday's event, people had the chance to learn the science behind their favorite circus acts. They learned about the neuroscience of magic, the physics behind aerial arts, and the movement mechanics of acrobats.

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