Two weeks ago, the world got a look at an actual hoverboard from the film Back to the Future II. The only problem? It was fake. The prank purportedly demonstrated a real hoverboard. But because we don't have the technology to make that sort of thing yet, we'll just have to wait and hope it comes soon.
Super nerd Hank Green of the Sci Show decided to explain the true science of what is needed to make a hoverboard real. Check it out below:
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