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A water stream can reveal the audible sine wave [Physics]
posted March 12 2013 20:10.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This video has a cool physics experiment, or rather an observation. Brusspup attached a water hose onto a speaker and injected a 24Hz sine wave. Watch the amazing results!



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  • At 12 March 2013, 23:21:24 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • holy crap! is this legit? i will have to do this! this is awesome


  • At 12 March 2013, 20:41:02 user Jay wrote:   [reply @ Jay]
    • That was pretty crazy. Was is going in reverse also.












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