Watch a bubble annihilate itself by stabbing itself, splitting in two, and then dissolving into two tiny clouds of bubbles. It’s quick, it’s beautiful, and, with the accompanying explanation, it’s weirdly intuitive.
No, this isn't the stormy surface of a remote gas giant, but rather a swirling vortex atop a heated soap bubble. Shot by a high-speed camera, the image is helping scientists understand how these spinning complex structures form, whether they be in a bubble, a tropical storm or Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Image: Hamid…
Watch this bubble as it dissolves into drops. If you notice, the thinning portion loses it colors just before it bursts. Here's why time, and decay, sap bubbles of their colors.
Physicists from Berkeley say they've figured out the insanely complex math behind the way bubbles pop when they're in a foam — and they've got an extraordinarily accurate video to prove it.
You know a science demonstration is going to be good when it contains the line, "Ask an assistant to light your hands for you." I can't tell you how much I wish I had access to a classroom chemistry lab right now. And chemistry students? Ask your teachers to do this for you to test their mettle!
Like most people, you probably spent a portion of your childhood with a bubble wand in your hand. And you probably know that bubbles are mercurial little guys — always zooming away and popping when you catch them. But there's little way to trap them without popping them. With carbon dioxide and a little practice, you…
There are plenty of godawful ninja battles out there, but this scene from Female Ninjas 3: The Magic Chronicles takes the cake. Two ninjas are enjoying astral projection whoopee, when a bubble from the netherworld emerges from someone's nether regions.