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Why did they put a piece of paper in front of what he's doing? How come he went in the other way where we couldn't see him do it?

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I think it's real. That is, no laws of physics have been disobeyed, nobody square-rooted a negative number, and that really is a video, not some puny animated GIF.

When he tapped the paper to show how the glass behind it was 'solid,' it actually sounded like there was nothing behind the paper.

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Does anyone remember when David Copperfield walked through the Great Wall of China, with a big audience both sides.

That was impressive, I haven't watched the vid, but i doubt that this is.

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He's doing something behind the scenes. Why is the piece of paper hiding what he's actually doing? How is this possible with no tools, just a body?

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I figured it out. When he's un-tieing his shoes, that diverts the camera away from the window. That is when the action happens behind the scene. Oh well, I don't care what anyone says, it's fake.

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Did he just happen to find a perfect piece of paper?

I wonder how much it cost them to create that :P

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I don't get it. He so magestic that he walks through glass without breaking it, but can't go through a simple piece of paper without tearing it??????????

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Does anyone remember when David Copperfield walked through the Great Wall of China, with a big audience both sides.

That was impressive, I haven't watched the vid, but i doubt that this is.

You may get his videos here http://www.magicvideodepot.com

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