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a seemingly-irrelevant, but highly-relevant experiment

ken collins kenpc at banet.net
Wed Apr 21 21:39:30 EST 1999

ken collins wrote:

> as the early bubbles of water-vapor form, one observes them to
> "slide" along the bottom of the frying pan, rather than
> immediately rising.

remember Newton: "a body at rest remains at rest unless actedupon by
an external force"

the bubbles don't go sideways by "magic"... they go sideways
be-cause they go with the flow (the heat-induced currents)
within the pan... the movement discloses the flow...

...no "charge"... no "attraction"... no "repulsion"...

..."just" the flow, and stuff going with it.

K. P. Collins

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