Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Science in Action

I like my science to be lively, to be responsive, to spring to life in front of my eyes...

The above is a slow motion study of Jello cubes being dropped. Ah! the tremulous shudders and shakes, the springy sproing as each cube leaps back in an action-reaction follow through demonstrating gelatinous cohesion... gorgeous! Now this is science in action!

If you want the science behind my silliness, go read this post to get the real lowdown and dirty details.

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