Video: If it looks like a roof and it's sloped downward like a roof, it should act like a damn roof and have stuff freaking slide off it, right? Not when it comes to Kokichi Sugihara's "Impossible Rooftop". Even if you place a ball on top of this model house's roof, it won't roll off. Instead, the ball will break physics, bend gravity and probably even time travel a little as it dances all around the roof's edges — until it finally settles on top of the roof's ridge. Perspective is a helluva drug, man.
How The Heck Does This Ball Not Roll Off This Roof?
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