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So , in the water experiment , it is happening due to electrostatic force of attraction ?
I have a doubt.i know hot air is lighter than cool air , if this is correct, air up the hill should be hot but it isn't, rather it is cooler. why?
He thinks he slick blurring out the Apple logo, like we dont know its an iphone
I used to flip my Nokia e63 back in the day and catch it screen facing up with no problems at all, but we all know how superior Nokia is..
Could have used any other thing to flip, just had to use an iPhone…. nice placement son …. and i still don't want an iPhone, cheers :D
a better demonstration, or example of water's polarization would be why it is a liquid at all
great work brother………………
Wait about the jumping t bag thing the last one he said the residue of the paper is so light the hot air pushes it up, but isn't there a rule where if a substance undergoes a chemical change it keeps its weight
I accept your explanation of water containing ions.But as water is a polar molecule the cup repells one kind of charge and attracts the other causing the molecule to rotate thus the charge attracted is now closer to the cup than the charge repelled and force of attraction is inversely proportional to distance so the attraction force is larger than the repulsion force.
the teabag rocket, does it has to be tea bag? or its fine with anything paper-like?
Too many nerds here
Mogo is attracted to the cup, or nvm, he can't be
Does the water changing direction has something to do with the Coanda effect?
Nice video. About the water part, it may be the dissolved static charges in water, because the cup, as we know carries static charges. So it may actually be the ions dissolved in the water rather than ions from the water molecule itself.