Fluid Surfaces No Longer Flatten

Fluids (particularly seawater) now have a political agenda and pool up around poor people and states with bad politics.


You can try this experiment at home. Invite a homeless person to the swimming pool, and you will see the water rush towards them.

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3 Responses to Fluid Surfaces No Longer Flatten

  1. suyts says:

    lol, I do it all the time…..oddly, it isn’t the water, but the alcohol that seems to have the attraction, strange……

    treacherously seductive?………… lmao WTF? Oh $hit! They are so tempting me with logic! But, no! He won’t fall for that brazen beauty! Strom will that with the ugly but warm illogical climate change charade.

    I don’t think its the Coasters, but…….

    • suyts says:

      Damn…..too many beers…… “Strom will that with the ugly”<——that's my wtf? Should read…….. "Strom[berg] will stick with the ugly but warm illogical climate change charade."

  2. Malaga View says:

    Perhaps Richard Black (again – roll eyes) would say its all that Greenland ice melting…

    Ice loss from Antarctica and Greenland has accelerated over the last 20 years, research shows, and will soon become the biggest driver of sea level rise.

    From satellite data and climate models, scientists calculate that the two polar ice sheets are losing enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.3mm each year.

    Overall, sea levels are rising by about 3mm (0.12 inches) per year.

    Writing in Geophysical Research Letters, the team says ice loss here is speeding up faster than models predict.


    PS: I wonder if the team reference is a Freudian slip 🙂

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