Neato science trick. Drops added to corn starch... That was quite stirring science is cool
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - ohgodisthatyou
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That was quite stirring
User avatar #4 to #3 - btobro [OP]
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That was bad lol
#16 to #4 - trolololer
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What are you on about, that was ******* brilliant.
#230 to #4 - anon id: d1e8421e
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you're bad, stir
get it? i said stir
User avatar #6 to #3 - memorize
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I found it distirring.
#38 to #3 - ranebowdash **User deleted account**
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#12 - chuffberry
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#21 - drfrizz
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oh cool yeah, mixes the colours yet they stay at the same level, thats coo-   
   
hang on wat.
oh cool yeah, mixes the colours yet they stay at the same level, thats coo-

hang on wat.
#26 - psychoepsilon
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Wut
Wut
User avatar #49 - igfanforlife
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so by turning it all the way, sticking a krabby patty in there, then turning it the reverse direction, we should be able to find the secret ingredient right? right?
#186 to #49 - anon id: 7bda043d
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No, because you don't spin the thing in a glass of corn syrup to make a burger.
#199 - rumbata
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what happens if he returns it more?
User avatar #201 to #199 - codyxvasco
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It goes back up in to the droppers
#1 - gtst
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This is top secret documented intelligence.
#7 to #1 - ronyx
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#5 to #1 - darkspiribass
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It's released to the world now
User avatar #51 - megaton
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bs just played the video in reverse.
User avatar #236 to #51 - andrewluu
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don't you believe in science!?
User avatar #57 to #51 - monkeywithgun
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I thought this too. Here is pretty good proof though http://www. You need to login to view this link (remove spaces). Also You need to login to view this link . Oh and to to Ducewilliams, that is a terrible way to figure out if it is fake or not.. You just rewind it to where it is almost normal and stop
#123 to #57 - kdeastab
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That's not entirely true in this case. The man removed his hand from the stand, so if it was rewound, then his hand would have still been on the handle when the gif finished. Another way to easily tell that it wasn't rewound was by looking at the movement of his hand. His pinky is on the base of it at the start, he later moves it off, and he never places it back onto the base.
User avatar #144 to #123 - monkeywithgun
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My observation skills seemed to have dwindled._...
User avatar #58 to #57 - ducewilliams
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true i guess but iv also seen it done before so i wasnt looking for a great proof.
User avatar #55 to #51 - ducewilliams
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actually if you look the drops are a little distorted compared to their original state
#213 - erbwie
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But......

the law of entropy...
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User avatar #220 to #213 - GrayStar
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yes, the second law of thermodynamics states that a macroscopic ultimately does increase in entropy only if no additional external work is added to the system other than it's own natural tendencies. For example, by cooling down a liquid in a freezer the freezer is inducing work on the liquid and turning it into a solid thus decreasing its over all entropy. See a little thermodynamics never hurt anybody.
#224 to #220 - erbwie
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No, I know. Entropy can only decrease if an external system begins to generate a greater amount of entropy. It's just meant for a semi-humorous juxtaposition is all.
User avatar #225 to #224 - GrayStar
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ok thats cool, i just had a thermo midterm and felt like talking to someone like a pompous asswhole acting like i know everything when in reality i just know the basics.
#228 to #225 - erbwie
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Wow....that was....honest.

I have no words. Hope you did well on your midterm.
#9 - Mebeshe
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