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Date Signed Up:7/02/2011
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    What did you even say? What did you even say?
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#260 - blue 01/12/2014 on Swimming +1
#27 - How the **** do textures work then????  [+] (1 reply) 11/22/2012 on Mind blow 0
#43 - anon (11/22/2012) [-]
Something like paper compared to metal has a different surface structure, paper is much more "bumpy" in small scale when compared, while metal is relatively smooth. The small dents and bumps are covered by electrons (obviously), and the force of these electrons against the electrons on your skin make you feel a different texture.

As for friction, which is also like texture, it's linked with the small scale bumps and dents as well. Something with high friction, like sandpaper, has a lot of these bumps and dents, which when rubbed against another material produce a force. This works basically the same as your finger not being able to go through your hand, your hand gives a force to your finger, which prevents it from going through, just in small scale.
#34 - but the cord or whatever it is goes into the lid first, the me…  [+] (1 reply) 08/30/2012 on Coke and Mentos Prank +1
#35 - winniedawho (08/30/2012) [-]
"Don't underestimate the force!"
#31 - how the **** does it stay in the lid??? Why does it not fall down?  [+] (4 replies) 08/30/2012 on Coke and Mentos Prank +1
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#36 - silentscreams (08/30/2012) [-]
i got confused when I read your comment but then I went back to the content and I believe the first picture is string and a needle through mentos. So it stays up since the string part is caught in the lid since he/she closed it and the mentos stays there because the mentos is threaded through with the string :D
#32 - winniedawho (08/30/2012) [-]
force
#34 - aiihop (08/30/2012) [-]
but the cord or whatever it is goes into the lid first, the mentos on top of that. So as soon as you turn the lid up it will fall out. wtf?
#35 - winniedawho (08/30/2012) [-]
"Don't underestimate the force!"
#64 - Blanket Man was such an inspiration :')  [+] (1 reply) 03/12/2012 on New Zealand +1
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#68 - mosspelt (03/12/2012) [-]
I know we should all aspire to live up to his example