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(Phys Org2)   Popping a champagne cork produces supersonic shock waves. Mantis shrimp unimpressed   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Shock wave, Fluid dynamics, Physics of Fluids, computational fluid dynamics simulations, transient behavior of supersonic flow, fun pop of the cork, dissipation of shock wave patterns, bottle of champagne  
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2022-06-02 2:23:18 PM  
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ippolit: [Fark user image 320x400] [View Full Size image _x_]

That guy's technique was terrible. It's just supposed to be one brisk stroke, and the pressure in the bottle does the rest of the work.

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2022-06-02 12:31:10 PM  
1 vote:
So does snapping your fingers ..
2022-06-02 12:40:15 PM  
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mikalmd: So does snapping your fingers ..

Crack of a whip, too. And
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