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Foxer57 4 years ago
Pretty cool!, though all of the scene cutting makes me wonder if this really works.
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dogfish 4 years ago
i cant see why the water doesnt go out of the top glass? there must be a hole at the right side of the glasses.
Highmeadow 4 years ago
Wow, but i Ccant get past th4e step wherere you pour the booze. i Tried 7 tmes nouw...
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Fayfoot 4 years ago
mm i would like to try it with ketchup and honey mustard loool and i hope they blend together ,even much better iv and blood
msavio008 4 years ago
hard one to tell if it's fake, but that Johnie Walker sure was real, and realllyyy good to drink too.
nokster 4 years ago
Well, I think it's true just because whisky (alcohol) is lighter than water, so if u leave a tiny space on the borders of the cups (@00:28), gravity (has suction) will do the rest.
Well, that's my idea... don't really now if I got it right!
Salem 4 years ago
The density of water is higher, so it sinks. It pushes the whiskey to the top glass, because the whiskey has nowhere else to go. It's a cool experiment, and you can do it yourself. Just like this one: http://www.snotr.com/video/3794
Try it, it's pretty cool.
LB187 4 years ago
#6 Yep, basically you got it right. It works on a siphon principle and the exposed area is so small that the surface tension of both fluids keep them from just leaking out.
BabyJLE 4 years ago
Stop at 0:52
look at the right side of the card, its not really sealed between the glas. so the water can push and the whiskey gets down.
noogin 4 years ago
it looks cool i guess. but i would never use johnny walker whiskey as an experiment. end of discussion.
EricLB 4 years ago
That's one way to water down whiskey
joeman 4 years ago
Man. Joe Man. Whiskey. Upside down.
Not shaken, Or stirred...
orion 4 years ago
Doesn't work very well. Diffusion makes the fluids mix considerably, there's probably at least 10% whiskey in the water and vice-versa.
RandurSource 4 years ago
Hold on, hold on! How do I get from step 0:52 to step 0:53? How do I get the top glass off without spilling the booz?
mike_nazz 4 years ago
i tried this and ended up drinking the wisky from the table with a straw
BMX_Tavi 4 years ago
water experiments amazes me more and more and more!!!!
irishgek 4 years ago
#3 saw you comment diddent twig it till the end ...you deserve you +1 and i think yours will go on to make history at least i hope well deserved , and #7 ya just like that one its all about surface tension and fluid dynamics i never seen that one before but now that some one mentions it i see the tiny gap he leaves clever thow
Alessa 4 years ago
question... does whiskey have the same taste as before the experiment u_u ?
(or how to waste alcohol)
lordmonkey 4 years ago
does anyone know how long does it takes ?
Vintage4life 4 years ago
Haha, i only use JW for experiments!
Fucking nasty ass Whiskey wannabe.. yuk!
Single malt is the way to go!
Let me guess, you put ice in your "whiskey" ?
End of discussion.
DabbooG 4 years ago
i bet NEWTON would have thought twice, if he had seen this clip
zaltysss 4 years ago
#15 the guy asked good question and u gave him minuses for that ?
Endeavour 4 years ago
This is just a science experiment,
If you calculate the dense of water and alchol you see that alchol is lighter then water.
alexandru 4 years ago
i tried but first i drank the whole bottle and after it didnt work lol
4 years ago
400 x 220 px
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