The Egg Sprinkler Mystery

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+15 1. xmadxxx commented 10 years ago

must try 8-)
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+11 2. Threeme2189 commented 10 years ago

I know what I'm doing next time someone boils an egg >:)
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+14 3. smi commented 10 years ago

Stop playing with your food. :x
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+5 4. fardelian commented 10 years ago

The adhesion and centrifugal force don't play any role in this?
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+14 5. Rigel commented 10 years ago

#8 adhesion is derivative of the no-slip principle and centrifugal force is what causes the water to fly off once it hit the relative maximum circumference but that was clear and what they wanted to find out was why the liquid was "climbing" the bottom side of the objects
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+3 6. Burimi commented 10 years ago

#5 you meant #10 not #8 :D
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+4 7. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

Spin a raw and a hardboiled egg, the hardboiled egg spins faster :D.

Even when you try to put more force behind the raw egg.
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-9 8. WildMonkey commented 10 years ago

I wish someone would explain why is that when I spin during sex my wife's vaginal fluid climbs along my penis.
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+10 9. ValdeLevis commented 10 years ago

#8 Could it be that you're not inflating your *wife* to the right firmness? I'm not certain, but I would think the instructions are printed on the box that *she* came in.
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+4 10. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

Hmm, if they spin a cone, would the fluid move all the way to the top?
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+2 11. andrer999 commented 10 years ago

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+2 12. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

And again..the golden ratio Phi is involved in it too :)
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+1 13. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Archimedes screw has no internal moving parts and it's a far more efficient pump... just saying. Awesome video though :D
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0 14. Limberg commented 10 years ago

I am not happy with the explination, too much chit-chat, not enough physics :|
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0 15. buckleg08 commented 1 year ago

too many cooks on the egg....:P
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0 16. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

So if you spin a chicken while she's laying her no this experiment requires more time at the drawing board could be messy. :*