When water flows uphill.

I love it when people use science to create things that don’t seem physically possible. I think we all do. Using something called the Leidenfrost Effect, these students have been experimenting with ways to make liquids move up inclines. It’s really not that magical when they explain it but it still doesn’t fail to mesmerize. […]

When water flows uphill

I love it when people use science to create things that don’t seem physically possible. I think we all do. Using something called the Leidenfrost Effect, these students have been experimenting with ways to make liquids move up inclines. It’s really not that magical when they explain it but it still doesn’t fail to mesmerize.

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