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  • Puzzle guy
    Puzzle guy  9 months ago +269

    Marble Canoe Puzzle - www.puzzlemaster.ca/browse/wood/otherwood/6615-marble-canoe-puzzle?a=709294
    A dual threaded pen for the curious mind- metmo-pen-a-dual-threaded-pen.kckb.st/9d96d4d8

  • Favmir
    Favmir 8 months ago +8206

    Puzzling pro tip: if a puzzle has no interactive part exposed, just spin it.

    • Elijah Brown
      Elijah Brown 20 days ago

      Or shake it. Or tap it. Or- Yeah, you get the point. Do whatever you haven't tried yet unless it was previously mentioned not to do said action.

    • GUN MAN
      GUN MAN 3 months ago

      @I guess this is now My name LONG BEFORE TIME HAD A NAME-

    • shigukk
      shigukk 3 months ago

      hat kid very smart

    • the w
      the w 4 months ago

      @GLDNick Its truly...truly been a roundabout path.. Arigato Gyro.

    • Kousand
      Kousand 4 months ago

      Or turn it into a flee, then but it in a box then put that box in another box, then mail it to myself and when it arrives, ILL SMASH IT WITH A HAMMER

  • Kyle Simmons
    Kyle Simmons 4 months ago +701

    My literal first thought after looking at this for one second was "spin it". Easiest puzzle in the world.

  • FTZero
    FTZero 8 months ago +663

    Ngl I instantly thought of spinning it without even knowing it was supposed to be a puzzle! 😅

    • Redeye
      Redeye Day ago

      Me too

    • FlazeYT
      FlazeYT 3 months ago

      Me too lmao, if not why would they make it boat shape

    • Red MOON
      Red MOON 4 months ago +1

      Same. I feel smort now. :}

    • Gregory Jones
      Gregory Jones 5 months ago +2

      Yeah I thought about it for two seconds felt smart until I came to the comment section lol .

    • NegativeZero
      NegativeZero 5 months ago

      Tup same

  • Miles “Tails” Prower
    Miles “Tails” Prower 3 months ago +80

    Things like this is why I’ll always love physics.

    • Harambe's dad
      Harambe's dad 2 months ago

      @Eutropios best part of trolling in youtube

    • Eutropios
      Eutropios 2 months ago

      @enigma the joke went over your head

    • Harambe's dad
      Harambe's dad 3 months ago +4

      @enigma lies. It's the lies governments say

    • enigma
      enigma 3 months ago +5

      @Harambe's dad physics was always there, even before government came into existence.

  • Rob Mc
    Rob Mc 6 months ago +11

    Man I love these puzzles, thanks for showing them!

  • Loring Bush
    Loring Bush 5 months ago

    I still remember having that marbel wooden puzzel when I was a kid!

  • Connor Williams
    Connor Williams 3 months ago

    Anytime I have a problem, I just spin the closest object. Works 90% of the time! Thanks Puzzle Guy!!

  • Little Duckyy
    Little Duckyy 5 months ago +20

    I love how you just need to shake a puzzle in order to succeed for these hard ones

  • Empuz
    Empuz 9 months ago +2481

    Thought about centrifugal force immediately, actually a puzzle even I could solve

    • sidd
      sidd 8 months ago

      Me too

    • Rahul Bhatia
      Rahul Bhatia 8 months ago

      Carrouts

    • Game Physics
      Game Physics 8 months ago

      Centrifugal force is a fictitious force however, just a useful one.

    • Fabio
      Fabio 8 months ago

      Same here, first time ever!

    • Error2.0
      Error2.0 8 months ago

      Same

  • M R Engineers
    M R Engineers 7 months ago

    I use to have this puzzle (but smaller) when I was younger, I didn't knew what to do with it or what is that bcz it came without instructions thanks for the solution. Appreciate it!

  • Time Beats
    Time Beats 6 months ago +2

    Bro ! How smart are you , proud of you ✨ viewer from India 🇮🇳

  • •Jade Ackerman•
    •Jade Ackerman• 3 months ago

    i have this one in my collection, this is a really good one for beginners :)

  • Jayman Linkin
    Jayman Linkin 5 months ago

    I'm happy I was able to figure this one out before he revealed the solution 👏

  • Aswani Sharma
    Aswani Sharma 9 months ago +5441

    This was quite easy. A little understanding of centrifugal force could solve this.

    • Flannel Operator
      Flannel Operator 7 months ago

      Finally
      Someone who used centrifugal force correctly

    • PhoenixFire
      PhoenixFire 8 months ago

      @Dragoon GT I would say the lack of a centripetal force caused them to go out. Centripetal forces are center seeking, so they need to be provided by something like a string holding them to the rod.

    • Dranzhu
      Dranzhu 8 months ago

      @Dragoon GT its oposite

    • The Legend
      The Legend 8 months ago

      Mv^2/R

    • clash Royal gameplay
      clash Royal gameplay 8 months ago

      @dragonAZH yeah pseudo force . it exit just to balance the equation of centripetal force

  • Shuffles_art
    Shuffles_art 4 months ago +26

    I’m slowly starting to figure out how to solve these puzzles without even hearing the answer 😂😂

  • Elijah Brown
    Elijah Brown 20 days ago

    He was right about it being simple. When I looked at the thumbnail for this short, I already knew how to solve it. This is partially because I watch quite a few puzzle videos, and I've seen several puzzles similar to this one, but the main reason I knew how to solve it without even watching a single millisecond is because I have a higher IQ than a 1yr old.

  • All Things Considered
    All Things Considered 7 months ago

    I knew how to do it right away!! TOO EASY! Every engineer shouldve solved this in exactly “a four year college degree”

  • schlumbl84
    schlumbl84 3 months ago

    I have a tiny plastic version of this puzzle. Very easy to "solve" 😄

  • S D
    S D 9 months ago +1137

    Most of your puzzles test the patience, tenacity and the application of various faculties one has. This particular puzzle reminds me a quote by Agatha Christie, ' To every problem, there is a most simple solution'. Thanks for sharing

    • SOLID SNAKE
      SOLID SNAKE 9 months ago

      Thank you Dr you're quote has given me hope for life

    • Muhammad Jalal
      Muhammad Jalal 9 months ago

    • S D
      S D 9 months ago

      @ok many other puzzles one is ( in fact I should say 'I am') tempted to break it open.... to find out why it is not opening up.

    • S D
      S D 9 months ago

      @Moklapp I agree

    • S D
      S D 9 months ago

      @ashumii77 so simple... Once solved

  • OffAirhead
    OffAirhead 2 months ago

    My boss has one of these on his desk so I learned the trick years ago. It’s very nice.

  • The angry kitty
    The angry kitty 2 months ago +3

    Everyone else: "This puzzle is so hard, I can't figure it out!
    Puzzle guy: "I'll try spinning, that's a good trick!"

  • Vyansya
    Vyansya 7 months ago

    This is the first time i actually guessed how to solve it right! Well, granted its a simple puzzle so-

  • Ms ZoOlogist
    Ms ZoOlogist 4 months ago +1

    You and your puzzles are amazing.... Keep it up👍

  • Miles Mojave
    Miles Mojave 9 months ago +1660

    There's actually another solution as well!
    If you use a screwdriver to remove the plastic shield, you can simply pick up the marbles and place them in the holes as well.

    • jackson85 Wilkstar
      jackson85 Wilkstar 4 months ago

      Your the kid that would pull the stickers off a rubix cube to solve it

    • amrutha jagarlamudi
      amrutha jagarlamudi 5 months ago

      @Rohit Gurjar 😂

    • rlb
      rlb 5 months ago

      Awe that’s cheating lol

    • Mtlover
      Mtlover 5 months ago

      You smart!

    • ValkyRiver
      ValkyRiver 5 months ago

      And you can also play with the marbles

  • Aubrey
    Aubrey 3 months ago

    Omg me and my siblings had this and we always fun it to get both marbles in the holes so glad we war doing it right

  • James
    James 4 months ago +8

    This is the first puzzle I guessed it just when you started. Centrifugal force. I feel proud ❤️

    • Iamjenjen 101
      Iamjenjen 101 3 months ago

      Yo it's centrapetal. I was taught in highschool to immediately discount anyone who says anything about centrafugal force, because it's often misunderstood that spinning things push things outward or inward depending on who your talking to. In reality the force is in the direction of the spin. The marble gets pushed one way as the "hole" moves in the direction that the marble gets pushed. I don't know how well that translates when I don't have a chart and arrows to show the direction of the force tho.
      -this post is in honor of my awesome high school physics teacher

  • David B
    David B 3 months ago

    I’m proud of myself - actually figured out the solution before it was shown.

  • Nour Tashtoush
    Nour Tashtoush 8 months ago +6

    This is the first success by solving a puzzle for me,the first time my guessing was true!!!

  • Ex Up
    Ex Up 9 months ago +450

    It's funny how spinning something is like 60% the way to solve puzzles 😂

  • Kyle Green
    Kyle Green 5 months ago

    Would that be centripetal ? Or some other turn dealing with relative gravity & motion?

  • Henry Cavil
    Henry Cavil 8 months ago

    This was fantastic 🤩

  • NieL ZarrYn
    NieL ZarrYn 8 months ago

    Wow...I had this when I was a kid 😀

  • Rose Sun Flow
    Rose Sun Flow 4 months ago

    After hearing the goal I just instinctively think of spinning it. This is pretty easy if you know about gyro.

  • Phil Butcher
    Phil Butcher 9 months ago +906

    I expect most of us got that instantly, but what probably helped some was the fact that there is a pin in the middle that suggests a centre and therefore suggests spinning. What else would you do with such and object other than spin it? It is is even shaped for spinning.

  • Creeper Aww man
    Creeper Aww man 6 months ago

    I would immediately spin it, it looked already like a spinning puzzle

  • Iamjenjen 101
    Iamjenjen 101 3 months ago

    It's centrapetal force guys! When you spin something the direction of the force is the direction it's spinning towards.
    Imagine you tie a marble to a spinny thingy with a string, and the marble starts spinning counterclockwise in a circle. The string miraculously breaks when the marble is at the top of the circle. The marble would not go outward away from the middle, nor inward towards the middle, it would roll to the right, or if it breaks when the marble is in the 3 o'clock position the marble would go downwards. The direction of the force is pointed the direction it's spinning.
    The reason the marble goes into the hole in the canoe is like this: the marble is flung leftward, and the hole is flung leftward, they meet at the same spot.

  • Spoon
    Spoon 5 months ago

    These shorts make my day better 💪

  • Lemonade :D
    Lemonade :D 6 months ago

    I havnt just been watching puzzle videos for no reason done perfectly

  • NotWicked:p
    NotWicked:p 9 months ago +1399

    "No u can't just spin and solve the puzzle"
    This guy : Haha centrifugal force go *brrrrrrrrrrr*

    • Sheep Ketchup
      Sheep Ketchup 6 months ago +2

      @SMOOTHIE
      But do you actually believe that?
      Do you actually believe that people here literally don't apply themselves in any other places?
      You seems to only say that to feel superior to the rest of the thread.🤔
      Not very nice of you, but ok...

    • XXEYAD - AGARIO
      XXEYAD - AGARIO 6 months ago

      Lol

    • H3RO1228
      H3RO1228 7 months ago

      @JP I'm glad someone said it

    • Vinícius de A Batista
      Vinícius de A Batista 7 months ago

      @SF Glim gravity is not a force, It's an acceleration. Weight IS the word you were searching for

  • MachetteMan1
    MachetteMan1 3 months ago

    That’s a nice and satisfying puzzle!

  • Ewol
    Ewol 8 months ago

    I'd figure that one out and I feel like I'm smart enough already 🤣🤣🤣

  • Sravan Kumar P
    Sravan Kumar P 4 months ago +1

    Works with the centrifugal force 👍

  • Vaibhav Raj Singh
    Vaibhav Raj Singh 2 months ago +1

    This man have more IQ than a normal person ✨

  • Dom AZ
    Dom AZ 9 months ago +247

    There is a very old puzzle based on the same principle, the only difference you have to place 4 steel balls in each corner. Cool little puzzle.

    • Mafiya Gamer
      Mafiya Gamer 9 months ago

      no

    • str4ng3 p3rs0n
      str4ng3 p3rs0n 9 months ago

      @Dom AZ your welcome

    • Dom AZ
      Dom AZ 9 months ago

      @str4ng3 p3rs0n Thanks.

    • str4ng3 p3rs0n
      str4ng3 p3rs0n 9 months ago

      Congrats on being the first comment on this video

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  9 months ago +4

      @JediLoreen that is the reason why I like to have easy puzzles in my collection as well. It is always fun to watch how my friends try to solve them.

  • Skylancer727
    Skylancer727 8 months ago

    I knew immediately what to do. The shape and the fact spinning is a popular answer to puzzles made it obvious.

  • Derek Ireland
    Derek Ireland 7 months ago

    For once I sussed it out straight away I'm feeling so good lol

  • Ariel Shadow
    Ariel Shadow 5 months ago

    First thought: spin it. Spinning is always the key to puzzles from TheXvid

  • 🧸PureSadness🧸
    🧸PureSadness🧸 3 months ago

    I could figure this out on my own, but it's still looked cool

  • Des Hammonds
    Des Hammonds 7 months ago

    This is the only puzzle I knew the answer to before you done it but they all are so very intriguing

  • One G.O.D.
    One G.O.D. 7 months ago

    Took me a couple seconds and I was like “hmmmm you spin it?” And then he spun it and said to spin it…

  • ggman
    ggman 4 months ago +1

    That’s just what i thought, definitely not the hardest puzzle on here

  • Neon Ghost
    Neon Ghost 8 months ago +4

    This puzzle is solved due to acceleration and uniform motion on the circumference

    • Ethan Elledge
      Ethan Elledge 7 months ago

      it’s literally just centrifugal forces😭

  • Tiger
    Tiger 9 months ago +93

    I thought about rotating the puzzle even before you completed the question. Ik this is childish but this the first time I have ever solved a puzzle. (I never touched a puzzle before, not even Rubik's Cube) Thanks mate, this made me happy🙂

    • Haemo Goblin
      Haemo Goblin 9 months ago +4

      @Puzzle guy happy tiger*

    • Tiger
      Tiger 9 months ago +4

      @Puzzle guy 💕💕

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  9 months ago +14

      Awesome. My goal is achieved. +1 happy man in the world. 🥳

  • Cindy Warren
    Cindy Warren 4 months ago

    Ive seen this before so i knew the trick but it’s very cool to watch

  • walk master
    walk master 8 months ago

    This is called centrifugal force. When you spin something at a speed the thing in it is pushed outwards because of this force!!

  • Random Acts Of Riding
    Random Acts Of Riding 7 months ago

    This was one of the few that were really easy

  • Kingwesley XIV
    Kingwesley XIV 5 months ago

    Another way... Shake it really hard... At some point both will fall in the opposite sides... But the spin is better because it uses gravity... Like spinning a bucket woth water and loosing nearly any of it

  • Thing482
    Thing482 9 months ago +81

    It is funny because I actually had a puzzle that was solved the exact same way... The thing is I sat there for LITERALLY hours until I got the perfect bounce to get them both in saying "well this is a bullshit puzzle." Then my brother who gave it to me later told me to just spin it...

  • F1R3
    F1R3 6 months ago

    Too easy to figure out. I solved it in seconds.

  • Felonious_gru
    Felonious_gru 3 months ago

    This is literally the only puzzle i could solve just by looking at it

  • Zane faith
    Zane faith 6 months ago +5

    I knew from the start to spin it, I made the deductive reasoning that the centrifugal force from spinning it will push each marble to the sides of the canoe

  • nawwaf naufal ihsani
    nawwaf naufal ihsani 3 months ago

    This is mind blowing and I was thinking you need to spin it and I was right

  • Andrew Quackenbush
    Andrew Quackenbush 9 months ago +50

    That seems like an easy one. Fascinating none the less.

  • Danielle Rassi
    Danielle Rassi 8 months ago

    I actually solved that one!

  • Piyush
    Piyush 7 months ago +32

    Physics bruh ... I loved this puzzle ❤️

  • Bruce Wayne
    Bruce Wayne 8 months ago

    If you've ever seen the movie "Scrooged"
    You know how this puzzle is done.

  • Pluto The dwarf planet
    Pluto The dwarf planet 6 months ago +2

    Having watched your channel for long enough, as soon as I saw the puzzle, I thought “spin it”

  • ?Amelic ¿
    ?Amelic ¿ 5 months ago

    You have to spin the canoe to get both marbles in the cutouts

  • Lucas Not Here
    Lucas Not Here 4 months ago +1

    "In this puzzle you have to save the planet, the solution is to spin it"

  • Robert Martinez
    Robert Martinez 7 months ago

    I literally figure this out before he even explained the puzzle 🧩😂

  • q
    q 3 months ago

    i knew it was spin as soon as i saw it. this dude is conditioning me to think that everything can be solved by spinning lol

  • _ren🍁
    _ren🍁 7 months ago

    😂 I thought you just shake it until they end up in their places. Seems like I was partly correct 🤷‍♀️

  • Techno Parru
    Techno Parru 6 months ago +1

    FACT: MOST OF THE PUZZLES ARE SOLVE WHILE SPINNING IT

  • Entity
    Entity 7 months ago

    finally i guessed how to solve one of these right

  • WELCOME WEEBS
    WELCOME WEEBS 8 months ago

    Lol I figured the trick in a second 😂

  • Brandon Tan
    Brandon Tan 9 months ago +44

    I literally went "oh" when he showed the solution, i love your puzzles!

    • Vibhu Pal
      Vibhu Pal 9 months ago

      Same even I also did it

  • Pacegotlost
    Pacegotlost 5 months ago

    this is literally so easy to figure out-

  • manoj kumar
    manoj kumar 8 months ago

    I immediately knew that with centrifugal force you can do it

  • J Phx
    J Phx Month ago

    Always bring a screwdriver with you when trying these different puzzles 🤣

  • Likhith Lexus
    Likhith Lexus 3 months ago

    I got that solution in my mind in just a few secs

  • Hoàng Phúc
    Hoàng Phúc 8 months ago +4

    Tbh, the puzzle's shape makes the solvers spin ( for fun )

  • John Equalizer
    John Equalizer 5 months ago

    The moment i saw this puzzle, I understood, that a good spin should do the trick

  • Ak originals Editz
    Ak originals Editz Month ago

    Literally, I was tilting my phone, trying to get the ball in the holes😂

  • Platrover
    Platrover 7 months ago

    I would never imagine spinning it man wooow

  • HiVizCamo
    HiVizCamo 9 months ago +14

    I've seen this technique in lots of other puzzles, there has to be a first time for everyone though, good puzzle!

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  9 months ago +4

      It is a classic puzzle, one of the first to use such trick. Not difficult but nice to have in a collection.

  • Indiana Jones
    Indiana Jones 8 months ago

    Need to have this test as a prerequisite for management jobs lol

  • GOOSLICE
    GOOSLICE 6 months ago

    Idk why I think I have watched a lot of puzzle shorts until I figure this out quickly

  • Aryansh Dhall
    Aryansh Dhall 9 months ago +1

    Knew this one by instinct 👍👍

  • Dream Of Defence
    Dream Of Defence 5 months ago

    This puzzle we use to solve in Class 2 as we get in crax 😂😂

  • Your Amazing Vulptex Wife

    So what you're telling me is that I can solve all my problems by spinning them.

  • The Magnificent Steiner

    I had a similar puzzle with 4 sides

  • Rachel Drinnon
    Rachel Drinnon 6 months ago

    Centrifugal force makes the marbles go to the sides of the puzzle

  • Miguel Bissinger
    Miguel Bissinger 6 months ago

    I never know the answer to your Puzzles but i knew this one 😁

  • Joeshmo
    Joeshmo 9 months ago +4

    I feel like after all the puzzle boxes I’ve seen the first thing that comes to mind is “Try spinning, that’s a good trick.”

  • Chacho Paul
    Chacho Paul 4 months ago

    “Sounds easy until you try to solv-“
    “Spin it.”
    “You find-“
    “Spin it!”
    “And so what you can d-“
    “SPIN IT!”

  • MIND BLOWERS!
    MIND BLOWERS! 3 months ago

    Crazy thing is that I'd actually do that because I like to just play with things before actually solving it

  • Yoshimitsu4prez
    Yoshimitsu4prez 4 months ago

    This one I immediately thought “spin move,” I’m getting there

  • The Lord Darth Vader
    The Lord Darth Vader 7 months ago

    It seems like many puzzles require you to spin it to solve it

  • David
    David 9 months ago +86

    I'm actually a bit proud of myself. It may have been a simple solution but I'm still proud that I figured it out before the answer was revealed

    • Dr. Ayush Chauhan
      Dr. Ayush Chauhan 8 months ago +1

      Everybody got that...it was the easiest puzzle for a 6 yr old...

    • Nova2512
      Nova2512 8 months ago +3

      *Me too. At first I thought the object was to put both in simultaneously, and if you didn’t do it at the same time it didn’t count. So I thought how do you move them in opposite directions? It wasn’t until he showed doing it one at a time that I realized you could do it that way.*