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Non-Newtonian Fluid in Slow Motion

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Gavin and Dan, the Slow-Mo Guys, have some fun with their slow-motion camera and some non-Newtonian fluid -in this case, simple cornstarch and water. We’ve seen videos where people run across the surface of cornstarch and water, but if they stop, they sink. The same principle is at work here, as you see Dan has trouble scooping the stuff out of the bowl, because he’s exerting force on it. But then it drips off his hand like a normal liquid. Once the speaker starts pounding, the mixture solidifies into the weird shapes you see, but reverts back to fluid when the music stops. Looks cool, huh? -via Geeks Are Sexy
 


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