DON’T CRY OVER SPILT MILK (CRATE CHALLENGE)

There’s always a new viral sensation online, and this week, it’s something called the “milk crate challenge.” What is it, and why are people falling from towering stacks of milk crates for attention? The explanation requires a little bit of speculative physics and psychology.

To complete the milk crate challenge, you need 49 milk crates—not so many for those who live near a grocery or corner store where they tend to accumulate. You stack the milk crates into a pyramid-shaped set of “stairs” that reach up to seven milk crates high at the tallest point, and then attempt to walk up and down the entire structure.

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