They Filmed A Water Drop In Slow Motion And Discovered A Surprising Secret.
It's no surprise that when a droplet of water falls into another body of water, it makes a cool noise and creates a ripple. Beneath the surface of this, however, is a whole new reality that can only be captured by high-tech cameras. John Bush from MIT and his team are about to show you something you probably never knew.
The group is using cameras that shoot 10,000 frames per second. This technology has allowed them to capture coalescence cascade. To find out what that really looks like, watch the video below.
Next, this photographer threw water at bald men. Their reactions are awesome!
Source: The Tykjen