Hello everyone! This is my first post here, so I figure I would make it the most interesting thing I can think of. Which is walking on water. Some say it's a magic trick, others say it's something only Jesus can do. But how does Criss Angel do it? How can he walk on water? Some of you think he's a magician and illusionist. He claims he does some of his stunts as an illusion, though some of his stunts contradict his released statements on how he does them. (i.e. levitation) Some of the others he does are claimed by him, that they are done through meditation. Please, I would like anyone who is interested in this post to watch this video if they havent already seen it. Here Criss Angel walks on water and shows no signs of hoax. If you watch the whole thing through, you'll notice when he steps on the water, the water doesn't seem to ripple much at all, if the water does at all from mass exerted by his body weight. Nor does he sink when he steps in the water. Which I don't get. He kicks off his shoes around 2:31 and a girl swam underneath him. So there couldn't of been glass or anything underneath him that would be solid enough to walk across. The most seemingly logical guess other than this I can think of, would be that he had a magnet underneath his feet some how and one covering the radius of his body from above, while he is being in the magnetized in the middle, causing him to levitate. But, I'm not sure that could be done. Even if it could, when he stepped on the water, wouldn't he exert mass on the water, causing his foot to sink down in the water atleast more than 1/10th of an inch (if he did sink at all), rather than just walking on it like a solid? Not at one point it did seem like he exerted any gravity on the water. If it looks like he did to some one else, can you point it out. I close examined it for about 10 minutes, probably could look at it longer though to make more determination. Even if he had a floating device attatched to his feet to act as a buoyancy compensator, it would have to be transparent and bigger than his foot to make it so he doesn't exert force on the water causing him to sink - right? I'm a certified scuba diver and my father builds submarines. So I know a thing or two about how buoyancy works. His weight appears to be at 0. Could this be high spin monatomic atoms, mfktz?