I realize this is slow motion, but I’d love to see it even slower right as the drop breaks through the bubble. Reply

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This is an odd question, I think but: Can the ‘action/reaction’ this short clip be described with mathematical equations? Such that; if the proper mathematician reviewed the equations, he/she would understand what the viewer is seeing in the clip? Reply

This is why large impact craters have central peaks.

Anyone want to ELI5?

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I realize this is slow motion, but I’d love to see it even slower right as the drop breaks through the bubble.

To aid mobile users, I’ll fix gfycat links to spare bandwidth from choppy gifs.

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[mp4 link](http://gfycat.com/RadiantIllFreshwatereel)

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The webm version is even 98.77% smaller (500.85 KB).

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visible force fields

This should be marked NSFW. It’s so…… erotic.

Why would you host it on gfycat but submit the .gif?

More please

I always find stuff like this fascinating when contemplating the fabric of space.

This is an odd question, I think but: Can the ‘action/reaction’ this short clip be described with mathematical equations? Such that; if the proper mathematician reviewed the equations, he/she would understand what the viewer is seeing in the clip?

First I read macaroni effect