You may think walking on water is a miracle, but it turns out, pretty much anyone can do it—as long as you have enough cornstarch on hand.
A common science experiment among elementary school students, combining cornstarch and water creates oobleck: a non-Newtonian fluid. Oobleck is a scientific anomaly because it does not act like a typical fluid. It cannot be poured and it acts like a solid when force is applied. Apparently, if you add enough of it to a pool, you can run—or even dance—on its surface.
Of course, you have to keep moving or you’ll sink right in like quicksand—but that’s beside the point.
Source: IFL Science