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The physics of Santa Claus

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For kids all over the world, getting into the Christmas spirit is what they look forward to every year. Decorating the house, setting up the tree, and spending time with family makes for some of the best memories for years to come.

The most magical part of Christmas, though, is Santa Claus. Children spend months and weeks getting their wish lists together and are sure to behave so they don't get stuck with a stockingful of coal. By Christmas morning, millions of presents are stacked beneath millions of trees; it makes you wonder, how does he do it?

Santa Claus has a lot more in his arsenal than just magic and Christmas cheer. With all these kids expecting their gifts, he's got to employ some heavy duty gadgets and high tech pieces of machinery. We won't give it all away here, though. Check out the physics of Santa and his workshop in this infographic for more. Let us know what you think in the comments below, and don't forget to like and share and spread holiday cheer!

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