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#1 - kokanum ONLINE (07/31/2014) [+] (1 reply)
#6 - immatakeaduty (08/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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#16 - shaddz (08/01/2014) [-]
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#10 - abobtheninja (08/01/2014) [-]
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#8 - anaphase (08/01/2014) [-]
Here's a similar one in gif form
Here's a similar one in gif form
User avatar #5 - acheryus (08/01/2014) [-]
hydration is key
#51 - chrispoot (08/01/2014) [-]
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#18 - vikingfaen (08/01/2014) [-]
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User avatar #50 - idontevenfap (08/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I'm just wondering how many molecules make up the tiniest drop at the end
User avatar #36 - freshlikeuhhhhhh (08/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
wouldnt that be viscosity? or osmosis???
User avatar #40 to #36 - ewl (08/01/2014) [-]
viscosity is the thickness, osmosis is absorbtion. try surface tension
#17 - biscuitsunited (08/01/2014) [-]
SCIENCE
SCIENCE
User avatar #9 - roflstorm (08/01/2014) [-]
Brought to you in part by: Slow mo Guys
User avatar #61 - propanex (08/01/2014) [-]
dat water tension.
#55 - geerpite (08/01/2014) [-]
@Title
@Title
#25 - icanexplain ONLINE (08/01/2014) [-]
#48 - bluelightbebop (08/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
**** .

I even bet that the loss of water in each bounce is always equivalent.

******* science, i heard you walking with the same tall tale.
#62 - seymourtets ONLINE (08/01/2014) [-]
#57 - anonymous (08/01/2014) [-]
User avatar #13 - sasorikingofrocks (08/01/2014) [-]
So first we see the whole Action has a reaction thing, and then we see what happens when an object hits another object at dead center, causing it to stop almost immediately but still send the same amount of force out the other side (The little ball of water appearing to shoot through the big one) and finally we see surface tension, which is the water not breaking to the initial force (Either ball or surface of water) Since they have the same tension, but once it is at "rest" it finally joins the other since they have the same molecular consistency.

If we tried this with humans, we'd have two dead people, or a beast with two back.

TL;DR. Science. **** YEAH!

PS. I'm probably wrong because I took physics a long time ago and I don't remember the actual terms.

PPS. The Nesting Doll of water.
User avatar #12 - thqp (08/01/2014) [-]
youtube - Slowmo guys
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