Cool Electrostatic Effect on Water

Science is FUN when you know the secret.

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+9 1. orion commented 12 years ago

Not sure but this must also work with fire, as it has charged ions. Gotta check now...
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+26 2. erg5hp commented 12 years ago

women have the same effect on men
(annd you don't need to rub them with a towel first)
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+29 3. kartiksura commented 12 years ago

Would be a good accesory for public urinals... for accurate aiming :D
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+4 4. HazarTur commented 12 years ago

? can see everybody is trying now :) lol
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-17 5. Ganjabus commented 12 years ago

Why is this on snotr? I would assume pretty much everyone knows this trick.
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+5 6. loadme commented 12 years ago

#5 ur right :D next thing coming up is some guy explaining how to make fire with two sticks :p
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+3 7. Premtm commented 12 years ago

If condom is used instead of balloon then the reaction could be reverse. :D
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+7 8. unknownVS13 commented 12 years ago

It'd be really cool if, with enough balloons, you could make the water flow in a semi-circle shape.

Still interesting though
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+9 9. SeanzBeanz commented 12 years ago

Science.... *drools* <3
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+3 10. Zephid commented 12 years ago

We did the same with a static comb :)

#1 and?? how did that work out for you ??
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-4 11. CallMeDave commented 12 years ago

Rub a balloon and it attracts things.
Hold the Front Page. :|
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+2 12. sinduda commented 12 years ago

3# Thats actually a genius idea.. you could take it a step further, imagine metal/oil refineries or reservoirs using that concept, it would mean= no loss or spillage. maybe they've been doing that for years and I dont know about it..
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+4 13. Tarc commented 12 years ago

#12 I'm not sure it would work on huge scale though as liquids of high volume have such big mass.
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+3 14. cyberdevil commented 12 years ago

Cool indeed. :) I think I'll go try this again, haven't done so since third grade...
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+5 15. fulmar commented 12 years ago

*Water going about it's own business.

"ooo, is that a balloooon"
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+5 16. loadrunner commented 12 years ago

Water: "I do whatever I want"
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+2 17. BrahmaBull commented 12 years ago

#1 remember...ALWAYS fill it with gas
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+4 18. leolazer commented 12 years ago

#2 Rubbing with a towel never harms... sometimes helps also >:)