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User avatar #192 - kingmaker (01/21/2013) [-]
description looks like it was written drunk

and i approve
User avatar #190 - davajz (01/21/2013) [-]
It's called the tesseract
User avatar #187 - yonderfork (01/20/2013) [-]
You're watching a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional representation of a 4-dimensional object.
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#182 - coolpotato ONLINE (01/20/2013) [-]
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User avatar #185 to #182 - ixcarnifexxi (01/20/2013) [-]
I saw this and imagined a very low humming noise as it floated, which turned into a horrifying scream as it burst.
User avatar #186 to #185 - sophiaderoz (01/20/2013) [-]
what have you been smoking
User avatar #189 to #186 - ixcarnifexxi (01/20/2013) [-]
Why, do you want some too?
User avatar #179 - voldysangel (01/20/2013) [-]
Spongebob would ******* die.
#177 - keops (01/20/2013) [-]
Mind Blow
Mind Blow
#176 - tedsayshi (01/20/2013) [-]
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#175 - onily (01/20/2013) [-]
took 8 f*****g minutes to load
#174 - onily (01/20/2013) [-]
why can i post a comment before this thing loads
#173 - kmichel (01/20/2013) [-]
Bubbles take up minimal surface, and that configuration is the minimum surface area that a bubble can take given the structure that it's inside. It's actually a very complex mathematical problem to figure out the minimum surface area, but if you can make a real life model of the shape you're trying to solve for, then the bubble can be used to give you a physical solution. If you're good enough, you can probably use this to help you derive the mathematical formula.

Another interesting device is using electricity to determine groundwater flow, because the equations for electricity and water flow are the same. Before powerful computers, you could hook together a 3-D wire mesh with capacitors and other electrical components that acted as wells, high and low water pressure points, and when you ran an electrical current you got lines that indicated the speed of water transport through the ground. It was an absolutely brilliant invention.
#188 to #173 - anonymous (01/20/2013) [-]
just copied from the internet
#194 to #188 - kmichel (01/21/2013) [-]
Go ahead and find where it was copied from. I've known this for a very long time.
#170 - opisgenerallyafag (01/20/2013) [-]
damn and i thought previous level bubbles were cool
#169 - gibroner (01/20/2013) [-]
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#164 - joshwontwon (01/20/2013) [-]
4th dimension up in here!
4th dimension up in here!
#163 - pointblanc (01/20/2013) [-]
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#160 - derpypotato ONLINE (01/20/2013) [-]
thats a tesseract
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#159 - trolololer (01/20/2013) [-]
Dude... that. Was. Awesome.
Dude... that. Was. Awesome.
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