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ODD PHYSICS VIDEO ARCHIVE

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Lord Armstrong's bizarre "water thread" phenomenon (requires
DDW, 'chemically purified' water.




Individual carbon atoms! See, they really do pack together in
hex arrays




Brings a tear to the mathematician's eye. And mine.




A cellular automaton, but in real life! Greasy though.




Given time, perhaps one person can reconstruct all of
ancient Egypt.




Sodium: too expensive to just stick out in some
storage yard somewhere?




What the hell! Giant underground sand-filled gas pockets?
Perhaps acutally a miracle of petroleum geology.




The famous cornstarch nonlinear acoustic phenomenon




The famous cornstarch nonlinear footpath phenomenon




To put a potato chip bag into space, and bring it back safely.
Also marshmallows.



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