Video of bead experiment is pretty cool
The Internet is rife with amazing videos that people talk about for days.
Some are offensive, some are funny, some are touching but they all have staying power.
This video is not one of those. It's not the coolest thing you've ever seen, but it will be the coolest video you watch today. There is no camera tricks or editing going on, just plain 'ol physics and science on display.
The man in the video is Steve Mould, a British television host. He talks about self-siphoning beads, also known as "Newton's Beads," that, once pulled from a jar, they are carried by only momentum. Isn't science neat?
Like I said, not an amazing video that will change your life but a video that is worth a look.
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