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#274 - you can "say" that's how it works but it doesn't mak…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/05/2014 on Breathing 0
#275 - moosecream (02/05/2014) [-]
allready solved. # 253 and #270
#278 - vwgreen (02/05/2014) [-]
It's not even about the fact that not all bubbles float, the force it would take to break the dipole-dipole bonds is to great for a practical propeller.

Maybe something like electrolysis would work. Personally, I think the secret is hidden in nature. Nature is eons ahead of us on technology.
#248 - yeah it sounds good but: - those bubbles aren't neces…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/05/2014 on Breathing +1
#250 - moosecream (02/05/2014) [-]
bubbles float. big upside down bowl can catch them as far as im concerned.
#274 - vwgreen (02/05/2014) [-]
you can "say" that's how it works but it doesn't make it true. I'm not trying to be a dick -- it's just science.
When you have a pocket of air in a container it has a force from pressure acting on the outside from its environment (let's say the water) and pressure acting from the inside from w/e it contains (in this cause air). You could collect bubbles, but unless you have something emptying the container it stops collecting after so often because the container does become full. But at that point you're just collecting bubbles to have air from something that's already creating air (just a redundant air buffer so-to-speak).
That being said, propellers do not make air (again more science), they make pockets of pressure. See Cavitation. Think of it like the propellers are trying to rip water apart and the different densities make it look like bubbles but are not air bubbles.

But you know what. Don't stop trying to figure this out. People are too fucking lazy and give up easily. Become a scientist or something and maybe you'll think of something else.
#275 - moosecream (02/05/2014) [-]
allready solved. # 253 and #270
#278 - vwgreen (02/05/2014) [-]
It's not even about the fact that not all bubbles float, the force it would take to break the dipole-dipole bonds is to great for a practical propeller.

Maybe something like electrolysis would work. Personally, I think the secret is hidden in nature. Nature is eons ahead of us on technology.
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