Gelatin Bouncing. A great video. And, coincidentally, my new nom de plume.

So it’s been quite a while since I posted anything.  I’ve been ducking and diving, bobbing and weaving, rolling with the punches and generally bending in the breeze.

Anyway, here’s a video of what bouncing gelatin looks like in really slow motion. Really slow, like a winter’s day in Oamaru slow. Really slow, like me returning your call slow. Really slow, like 6200 fps slow.

It’s amazing. (Courtesy of Modernist Cuisine and NotCot)

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Gelatin Bouncing. A great video. And, coincidentally, my new nom de plume.

3 thoughts on “Gelatin Bouncing. A great video. And, coincidentally, my new nom de plume.

  1. Ian says:

    I love it. It’s the closest thing I’ve seen to an inanimate object projecting joy.

    And I think the “poked cube” is a lovely visual metaphor for integrity.

  2. Philip O'Neill says:

    Ian, that is just spectacularly geeky. I am taking the rest of the day off to attempt an after-market modification to my Newton’s Cradle.

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