Video: Growing up on Earth you learn from a very young age that liquids will remain in a cup as long as it stays upright. But Steve Mould demonstrates a liquid that laughs at gravity and other forces that govern our universe: Polyethylene oxide. It's a polymer made from long chains of molecules that allow it to pour itself out of a container — even if it's not tipped over.
Self-Pouring Liquid Behaves Like It's From Another Universe
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