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KRAKEN DESTROYS THE OCTOPUS
KRAKEN DESTROYS THE OCTOPUS

It’s probably the hydrogel that is used to poison us

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Pep sea
Pep sea

I have never seen this in The Netherlands, or anywhere in Europe

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Rulof Fai da Te
Rulof Fai da Te

here in italy this never happens i cant understand why....

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Jesse RiZu
Jesse RiZu

Here in Brazil this happens with a specific soda everytime you hit the bottle, the soda name is Turbaina, the company name is Ferraspari, but also in only specific flavor of this company, in the others it doesn't happen

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cris crafter
cris crafter

Also in Germany

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Pep sea
Pep sea

Same here in The Netherlands

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derJunaz
derJunaz

Awesome , Thank You very much.

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Stuart Verret
Stuart Verret

Its the difference in the electric charge between the falling and standing water. Once they equalize, the drops combine.

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vasllz
vasllz

thats cool, really cool

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Declan Lawford
Declan Lawford

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Frank Sanns
Frank Sanns

Just seeing this video now so I am late to the game. Monochromatic light and interferometry would reveal the interface. Light and dark fringes of the drop to water surface would confirm or disprove the air layer theory. Hope you do another video with monochromatic or laser light.

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Oren Averbuck
Oren Averbuck

it looks like its animated

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J M
J M

Ever do billiard balls at 50000fps?

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Imti ali
Imti ali

i think u just have to look for surface tension and laws of thermodynamics...

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russo thuga
russo thuga

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Bill Chapman
Bill Chapman

That captured air theory doesn't hold water for me. My problem with it is that multiple droplets dropped from the same height don't constently bounce and some bounce more than once. That variation was demonstrated in a science class in high school. The conditions were rigorously controlled. The inconsistency blows the air theory. And the speaker observation is under different condition. Have you tried this with distilled water? It feels like a phenomenon with surface tension. Is it possible that the surface tension of the droplet is increased just slightly by the kinetic energy of the collision and held within the spherical shape but spreads out on the larger volume? Then as the surface tensions equalize, the droplet merges. I love the cello too. Especially Yo-Yo Ma. And you can't beat a Stradivarius.

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Evets Sirrah
Evets Sirrah

I love this channel so much! You do what every man wishes he can do!!! If I win the next powerball, I'll hit you up so we can simply explain real things and observations! We will Science the Heck outta it!

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Neurofied Yamato
Neurofied Yamato

This was really cool

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Jay Roberts
Jay Roberts

Water likes cello. That.is.awesome.

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Jay Roberts
Jay Roberts

Antibubbles are the key to dimensions

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Lakshay Gaur
Lakshay Gaur

we know that was pee

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caitlinomalley80
caitlinomalley80

For some reason, the youtube algorithm recommended this video to me again (I'm sure I watched it a few years ago) but... the footage, with the cello kinda just... brought tears to my eyes, because it's just that beautiful.

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mac11380
mac11380

Try it in a vacuum.

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John Johnson
John Johnson

There’s something called air....

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Gavin Wood
Gavin Wood

I did it with my p

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Mantis 09
Mantis 09

Music is energy in it's purest form!

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Envitech ME
Envitech ME

Budy please try flute on this experiment

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Domingo Coralee
Domingo Coralee

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Kirankumar Biradar
Kirankumar Biradar

Why did you add yellow food colour near urinal? 😂😂😂

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Srinivasa M S
Srinivasa M S

That's why Bach is called the god of music

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Big Country Mountain Man
Big Country Mountain Man

The space guy at the beginning of this with Dustin is an amazing individual. He's on record saying that in the early 90s we had the technology to go to the stars but it was confiscated and destroyed by the government. When asked what he meant... He said that at one time we literally had the technology to go to the furthest point that we could see and less than 3 minutes. But the government destroyed it because they thought that it would cause us to destroy ourselves. Don't you just love it when a small group of people make a decision for the entire planet. Talk about a god complex.

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maruftim
maruftim

without those water droplets we wouldn't have the Destin now

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Aaron Wanker
Aaron Wanker

Don is such an awesome nerdy guy. I love it!

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Joshua Colvin
Joshua Colvin

9:25 imagine this on a massive scale in like a ballroom type ordeal, now picture this a room in space that when you play the cello water dances with you

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Joshua Colvin
Joshua Colvin

or a combat trainer in space where you have to avoid being hit by the water forced by the cello... lowkey ender's game *vibes" haha

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William Zafaran
William Zafaran

this is amazing!! my take on the cello effect is the dimensions of the internal air sphere, the frequency of some notes matches a multiplication of its natural resonance and causing it to hardly vibrate letting some water drops escape the surface tension

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Shreyas p
Shreyas p

I'm just gonna take science to understand your videos That's just my goal for undergraduate

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Shreyas p
Shreyas p

Man it's beautifully surprising

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Beatox Gaming
Beatox Gaming

As soon as you released that it would have been 5 years before this

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John Howell
John Howell

It's like two humans becoming friends. Coming together and familiarising before realising they are the same :)

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Ilya Andor
Ilya Andor

9:30

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Anil Kashyap
Anil Kashyap

I just love your channel youtube recommended me this after 4 years. Stay blessed and keep sharing knowledge.

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Слава И
Слава И

Спасибо, за познавательное видео из России!!!!

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Deborah O'Brien
Deborah O'Brien

It is beautiful. I need your help!

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WithoutRichHeart WealthUglyBeggar
WithoutRichHeart WealthUglyBeggar

"which means this is about to get awesome!" LOLOL.. — Idk why

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Prison Planet Earth Comply or Die
Prison Planet Earth Comply or Die

Ask any expert or Don Pettit a question not related to the field they study and you'll find them to be idiots Don Pettit couldn't even answer a question Right about the windows leaking in the Lunar modual that was supposed to have gone to the moon so what's that make him

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Roger Ahier
Roger Ahier

Surface tension

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MXI
MXI

OMG literally had this in my water bottle while school. i thought i was hallucinating

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David Mott
David Mott

I was glued and found myself moving closer to the screen with anticipation.

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Kaipulla Talkies
Kaipulla Talkies

RIP to those Flat earth people who disliked this video

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pfff this chann has intersting subjects but this guy stallllsss sooo muucchhhh wastee time

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gluino
gluino

So the lifespan of these dancing/skating droplets is mainly dependent on vibrations or little waves in the water, right? In the case of the shower-bathtub, the vibrations are provided by the falling water. Whether each incoming droplet gets to be long-lived depends on the way it meets the moving surface, i.e. a gentle catch vs a collision. Are there any additives to water that make skating droplets happen more easily?

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Henry Ogden
Henry Ogden

If you calculated the frequency of the speaker, would that correlate to the pattern at which a water drop survives? In terms of a logistics map?

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CHARACTERNAME
CHARACTERNAME

I've never seen this

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Russell Barton
Russell Barton

This phenomenon is caused because of surface tension of the water, and all substances have different surface tensions. A solid has more surface tension then a liquid. Plasma has less surface tension then a gas. A detergent or soap decreases surface tension, enabling a liquid to soak into another body. A water droplets surface tension is what keeps it in form. The cello causes the larger bubbles to break into smaller bubbles when the large bubbles come into contact with the inside surface tension of the inner bubble, but only with correct frequency wave time location

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Burned Mist
Burned Mist

one wh eel pint tomorrow

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Matt Peacock
Matt Peacock

I wonder what the Kazoo would do. Whould it make bouncing drops that are as annoyed as the kazoo makes me feel??

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The Dictator
The Dictator

just don't include the math

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HD 1483
HD 1483

Hmmm would this mean that water can be wet? 🤔

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YourDeadDog
YourDeadDog

you should test do the water tests from the below them

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Tom Foolery
Tom Foolery

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Just Gonna Get Better
Just Gonna Get Better

K, now I'm wondering what happens when the opposite happens, using a hypodermic needle to force a steam if water into the water.

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Mohammad Imran
Mohammad Imran

Awesommmmeee!!!

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GOD
GOD

NO WAY, JESUS WAS MADE OF WATER?

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Name
Name

Interesting...don't take me wrong if i say: i assume it is "frequency and energy balance." I had a dream, and the Voice said "don't take it for granted that in your world all materials interact. Think what makes them interacting to each other". And that bowed my mind. I think why does one object must interact with another object (even made of the same material). We know that Cosmos always saves energy. To interact they consume energy. That means energy must come from Somewhere and push object to interact. And this kind of Somewhere is an energy which makes them interacting. I think we have seen on the video a very nice consequence of "Something" making bubbles interacting. I assume that vibration and resonance is a visual consequence of that Something that we can see. For short, the bubbles are dancing until these two objects (group of molecules) made of same material do not align frequency and energy they keep dancing. Try to adjust frequencies of both: drop and water in a plate; And lets think of interacting water on the paper, metal, plastic....; just thoughts, nothing else

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TheEthanEdge
TheEthanEdge

wonder how they got that water to stay in a ball with all the wires that they use to fake low gravity /s

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jasper harina
jasper harina

can you try the deffferent level of temperature..can temperature affect the coalescence? hahahaha......iam curious

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Chul Yeom
Chul Yeom

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Maicol Pregnolato
Maicol Pregnolato

That’s what internet is made for! Education!

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Jordon Rosen
Jordon Rosen

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KN 102030
KN 102030

I got the same effect by banging a ruler against my water bottle

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nickacelvn
nickacelvn

Shades of Kim Peak with Dustin's scientific friend.

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Sloan Wall
Sloan Wall

Most exciting view in years. Beautiful as only science can be.

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Bartosz Chmura
Bartosz Chmura

Can you please make this experiment again, but with the amplitude of the sound waves high enough to mimic the creation/annihilation process (or quantum fluctuations if you prefer)?

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Mary Lagua
Mary Lagua

Coalescence...yes it’s beautiful.:)

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razkl kl
razkl kl

watercan comunicate with sound

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Michael Ramer
Michael Ramer

maybe it has something to do with the earths resonance

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Ahmad Attar
Ahmad Attar

شكرا جزيلا على الترجمه🌺

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StuffinYr Muffin
StuffinYr Muffin

this would of blown the "is water wet" meme wide open

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TK Playlist
TK Playlist

Will a speaker work in space?

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Dieter Dietert
Dieter Dietert

DUDE THATS AWESOME I WONDER the last 20 years how it could work in the shower mostly..... standing there getting relaxed and staring for minutes at it not able to explain it..... Cudos are given.

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Chad Roehrick
Chad Roehrick

THIS. IS. AMAZING.

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Jennifer Whalen
Jennifer Whalen

This may seem dumb but how do you get spherical shapes without gravity?

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Fabian
Fabian

Test the water and look for metals. Thats wazzup

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MasterCommandCEO
MasterCommandCEO

Another great video and that music combined with the science towards the end nearly brought a tear to my eye.

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soul strategy
soul strategy

Thanks for this beautiful video. Maybe also consider dynamic flowing water inside the drop , causes the bead to spin and cause a pressure difference on one side of the bead compared to the other, which feeds a convection current between the bead and the surface and also causes movement of the bead explained by Bernouilli's principle, a thrust on the spinning bead on an air cushion. The water beads skim across the surface. Reminds me tangentially of the Barnes Wallace project of spinning bombs aka the Dam Busters and also stone skimming. The controlled experiment using droplets that fell weren't the same case as others observed because the water droplet wasn't from a moving stream of water. Again a very beautiful video and a blessing for us.

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george alicea
george alicea

That is so ****** kool. Little bubbles cause by sweet music

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logan levant
logan levant

i guess the chello is the best instrument acording to nature 😂

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Csaba Semler
Csaba Semler

Thank you for this video and presentation!

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Pineapple Gaming Every Day
Pineapple Gaming Every Day

Bro that is the craziest thing I've ever seen wtf I wanna know how it works

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Pineapple Gaming Every Day
Pineapple Gaming Every Day

Fr this fu been to space I wanna go

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Steve D
Steve D

Certain overtones in the cello music when it hit the high d matched the size of the air sphere, and the resonance resulted in the small bubbles forming. This is similar to the Tesla earthquake machine destroying a building, just in a unique way. The strings are unique amongst the instruments for the rich overtones they produce.

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Akali Jhomen
Akali Jhomen

water is not wet water cant get wet

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Euphorium
Euphorium

Just imagine a music channel using this 9:25 as a visualizer

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gamers united!
gamers united!

that is just...... UNBELIEVABLE and awesome.

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Capitaine Tim
Capitaine Tim

9:50 this makes me think of a snow globe ... but with liquid water... in space... in a ball of air... *nice* ^^

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Jonathon Cazares
Jonathon Cazares

The adorable arrow lamentably expand because gas oddly attach onto a funny cork. special, funny airship

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Derald McCabe
Derald McCabe

Were you using pure water?

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TM P
TM P

Did you consider contaminates: oil, wax, grease, dirt particles? Also, what about polarity conflicts that can occur in electrolysis?

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Pieter I. du Plessis
Pieter I. du Plessis

Astonishing, wonderful and beautiful.

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No Jars
No Jars

that vibration do be hitting different doe

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eight 6
eight 6

the vibration energizes the molecules causing them to "tense up" ? reminds me of Oobleck yet slightly different

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