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Afternoon Hypnosis: Watch These Droplets Coalesce and Break at Terminal Velocity

It’s (relatively) easy to get water droplets to move at terminal velocity. They don’t even have to be moving relative to you. Just get air flowing upwards fast enough, and the water will hover, without increasing its speed up or down. Then throw more water drops at it, and see what happens. »8/31/15 4:00pmMonday 4:00pm

This Video of a Giant Vortex Awakened Fears in Me I Didn't Know I Had

My thoughts, in order, upon viewing this drone footage of a “giant intake vortex” in an Oklahoma waterway: Hey, cool, a vortex! Wow, it is, indeed, giant looking. Big enough to swallow a person, surely. What would that be like? Dreadful, I bet. Wait, why am I sweating? Oh god. Oh god, it’s looking at me. »6/24/15 12:02pm6/24/15 12:02pm