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Guy creates real-life Mjolnir using electromagnets

Clarke's third law states that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic," something referenced by Thor in the Marvel Studios' film. Well, someone figured out the technology behind the magic of Mjolnir and forged his own -- using electromagnets and a fingerprint scanner.

YouTuber Sufficiently Advanced created a Mjolnir replica and took it down to Venice Beach to find out who exactly was worthy enough to wield the weapon of the God of Thunder. The powerful electromagnet keeps the hammer stuck to the metallic floor, preventing everyone from lifting it off the group. The creator then uses the fingerprint scanner on the handle's base to shut off the magnet and pick up the hammer.

Find out who was worthy, and who wasn't, below.

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