2 transparent balls, one with same index of refraction as water another ball with a different index of refraction


2 transparent balls, one with same index of refraction as water another ball with a different index of refraction

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  1. My teacher once put these in a cup and dropped a toy fish into the cup and our fifth grader minds were fucking blown

  2. If there was a smaller solid ball inside the clear ball, would you see the solid ball when the clear ball is submerged?

  3. Firs looked like ice ball (he grabbed it very carefully and shape was not perfect sphere), and second like plastic ball or some lighter material, bc it was floating.

  4. Can someone explain what would happen if it had the same refractive index of air? Or is that impossible since air is a mixture?

  5. uh huh. ykno jellies? the rubber princess shoes? when i was 8 i discovered if you wear the clear ones in water they disappear

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