This video starts out in a fairly innocuous way. Some colored drops of corn syrup are slowly mixed by a rotating cylinder. Ho-hum, right?
Well, wait until you see what happens when the handle is turned backwards. This is all a demonstration of how certain liquids can flow without turbulence, and how delicate hands can disassemble and reassemble the “sheets” of colored liquid.
Want to know more about the properties of laminar flow that make this possible? Check out Science-Based Life.
WOW that’s very cool.