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cement bricks, 1970, cinder blocks are suspended by long ropes above "light vulnerable objects" - a bouquet of flowers in a vase, pillows, eggs, lightbulbs, a birthday cake - until Ader cuts the cord; tension and suspense over, the cinder blocks fall to collide with the objects below.
That's why a flat sheet of paper will fall to the ground more slowly than one that's wadded up into a ball.