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  1. what’s going on here? i fugured it had to be a laminar flow of some kind in order to produce an outer layer…

    is the water being funneled through a couple of concentrical tubes?

  2. It’s not actually laminar flow. Not all flow is occurring in a parallel manner. The gif is actually a FANTASTIC example of steady flow, not laminar flow.

  3. I don’t get it. The quick glimpse to the floor shows the water frozen mid splash. What’s going on here

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