This experiment uses ink to represent matter in the universe and
demonstrates a “Big Stir” event that expels matter into the universe. The matter is initially contained within the
minimal surface energy shape provide by the sphere. When a catastrophic event occurs to break
the interfacial surface, an aperture allows flow of the trapped matter (dark
matter?) to the vacuum of space. The
matter interacts to form galaxies that coalesce based on their gravitational
attraction. In this experiment, the
ink drops slowly arrange themselves into larger clusters and massive objects
because of the interaction of surface potential between drops at a distance(i.e.
minimization of the interfacial surface interaction between a drop,
intermediate mineral oil, and a remote drop cause them to attract).
Big Bang Theory
beer droplets in
magnetic control of a thread
deflection of an asteroid
shaping magnetic fields
Black-Hole in a Beer Can?
projectiles in magnetic fields
projectiles in fluids
Big Stir Theory
green and red lasers in gas and fluid
laser projection devices
reflection, refraction, scattering
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