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Time seemed to stop...

Teachers Alison Miller of South Brunswick High School and Darrell Williams of Fisher Middle School in Ewing floated over their science experiments, wearing olive-drab green jumpsuits -- not wings -- and smiles as wide as the Gulf of Mexico.

They observed a pink and yellow pendulum halt, suspended in the air, and soap bubbles remain intact, unbroken by the forces of gravity.

article credit: Patti Wieser

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