It's not a horror movie; it's physics


6 Responses to “It's not a horror movie; it's physics”

  1. In his explanation he completely omits the huge role that refraction plays in creating that appearance.

  2. hardwarejunkie9 says:

    ^ (her*)

  3. edgore says:

    That’s just what happens when you put a Deep One into water.

  4. daemonsquire says:

    Some Ultra Ever Dry will fix this right up.

  5. steve849 says:

    Baloney. No way surface tension forces are that strong. 

  6. Nathaniel says:

    I couldn’t be bothered to register an account to reply at FYFD, but I’m certain his explanation is wrong. It’s nothing to do with surface tension, it’s because the flow over him is nearly laminar.

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