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January 6, 2007

lil monsters


i'll admit i don't really understand what is going on here...but it looks pretty amazing.

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We used to do that at YMCA day camp in New Cannan in the 70's.

Posted by: Bob at January 7, 2007 4:17 PM

My mind has sufficiently been blown.

Posted by: Emmy at January 7, 2007 5:19 PM

i like little duckies

Posted by: supportandcomfort at January 7, 2007 5:58 PM

this is mad crazy. how do you find these sites?

Posted by: vincent at January 7, 2007 6:25 PM


Posted by: Maria at January 7, 2007 8:17 PM

There are similar things called B-Z Spirals (they're really long names that I don't know how to spell, but if you Google B-Z, it comes up) and Benard Convection Cells and Cellular Slime Molds (which are actually alive). All of them represent spontaneous order (that is, state transitions from chaos (homogeneity) to order (heterogeneity)) usually in reaction to some energy gradient (in the case of this it's a -very specific- magnetic field, in the convection cells it's just heat)

Or in other words: science is cool, yo!

Posted by: Julia182 at January 7, 2007 8:44 PM

this clip is about a similar thing i think. kinda weird-lookin but cool and amazing also! and slightly easier to understand for people like me haha. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MILgZLzJVw

Posted by: Sara at January 8, 2007 12:00 AM

yeah, how did you find that? inexplicably amazing.

Posted by: elizabeth at January 8, 2007 6:38 AM

Actually, those are (very early forms) of carbon nanotubes in suspension being manipulated by... hmmn... how do i put this...

My Fiance did the latest research a year ago- something about resonance frequencies and a new force, and something Einstein said but couldnt prove at the time, and something about quarks, and spin being an over-simplified concept that was ruining his ability to teach students what they were doing. Im poor at translating that which I cannot fully understand- I'm not a physicist.

Right now, an "airline" is using this fascinating technology to have the man try to find microfractures in "planes". Talk about making something boring of something super awesome.

"Stop questioning the universiality of gravity and this 'new force'. we need you to see if you can find cracks in metal."

Posted by: FJeff at January 9, 2007 1:45 AM

This experiment is some important technology. I heard about it in 96. My freind that attended Wayne State university said they discovered that oil is viscous because of the outer valence is rotating very fast and the faster the more viscous. Electro magnetism slows that rotation.This experiment was done with a neutral charge by useing deionized water. Let's hope it can help us to understand much needed new technology.

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