Self Siphoning Beads20. September 2013 Via Self Siphoning Beads.Share ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmailFrühere Beiträge Jurassic Park On-set Footage Rarehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i99TpYtFvgc Via Meow Mix (Cyriak)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSMCRD35ch4 Via Impatient For Street Fighter V? No Problem!Street Fighter V has been one of the most exciting titles in gaming for a…Dieser Beitrag hat 179 Kommentare+Aarynn StinnettMagic beads or camera trickery? You decide.The fun lasts for hours.http://stevemould.com/siphoning-beads/This guys got talent!How would that work exactly?When the beads hit the ground, energy transfers from the ground to the beads and up through the chain. you can see that it builds up power, it starts low then gets higher.Good question. Could it be a fluke?SWEET!! XD Saves me the $200 that I found it would cost me for a 200m chain of my own lol.Okay.. what the actual FUCK..???Dear Steve, Would this also work with a 2.4mm bead chain (instead of the 4.5mm size you used)? Thanks in advance for your answer!Good question! I’ll try that.Steve, I am a Cub leader with Scouts in Canada and would like to use a demonstration like this in our Science presentation. Where did you get that length of chain from?I would love to see a physicist weigh in on this!more the height of jar (potential energy) ->higher the final velocity -> higher the momentum -> more the height of loopi cant believe u guys make these fake video to fool ur kidsare these pretty much the chain you would get on a pull chain light switch or something? because i really wanna give this a go….He’s a witch, burn him!The Illuminati.Нихрена)КАК??! О_оLEGALLEGALUsa um aspirador.*The ‘Anti-Gravity’ Bead: What if we quickly tied the first bead that touched the floor to the last and kept bringing the fallen beads back to their initial Rest Position?*A longer explanation of this experiment found at Amazing bead chain experiment in slow motion – Slo Mo #20 – Earth UnpluggedGreat video. One thing bugs me as a physicist: why is the loop not touching the side of the jar. Normally it should be pulled down by the falling part of the chain until it meets resistance: the side of the jar. Now it even looks like the loop is pulling the beads up from the jar. Personally I think that the falling part of the chain is pushing itself up against the floor, and pushes the looping part up a bit from the jar. This could be tested by throwing them out from a great heigth, like the roof of a high building, to see if the loop rises before the chain hits the ground.where can you buy a chain that long?i want to be responsible for unloading tons of this out of trucksClassical mechanics is cool …So, the faster the chain is being pulled downwards, the higher the bow will be, right? But it needs a place from where it can “push” upwards. Would the chain be floating, then it couldnt work, if i understand it correctly. This is really amazing, thanx a lot for showing us. Science is really cool!Это как? У кого есть такая длинная цепочка? Я хочу сам так сделать!This is just freaky. Isn’t physics cool 🙂Explanation: http://www.nature.com/news/physicists-explain-gravity-defying-chain-trick-1.14523O_oHow high were you when you discovered this?AMG! Human Race! You’re asking “who/what/why” over this? How in ANY way is that different to a Water Siphon??Very good !Забавно выглядит.Надо будет попробовать с анальными шариками))Чертова физика!Fake, he didn’t mention he’s a wizard.Sci-Show sent me here 😀scrolling through comment section is a disaster. “magic” “physics!” “amazing!” ………… shows the most of the vocal representatives of our humanity are simple-minded or just have no knowledge of simple physics. maybe they were sleeping when the professor’s mouth was moving.learn physics and then you will understand how it worksTry dropping the container of beads halfway down at a higher hight. I don’t think we will see it arch simultaneously while the container drops. But…Just do it!Yeah, science !Sci showPhysics!I understand that it’s real and stuff, but it looks so fucking weird.I wonder what happens if you put water in the jar and attempt the same thing. I would do this myself, but I don’t have 50m of bead chain to attempt it.It’s a bug in physics lib, The patch is going to be released soon. – Thanks, Universe Development team.Great, now I want a 50 meter bead chain. Self siphoning beadscheck inverted pendulums balancing on top of each other.i love beads.Same here,sent by Sci-show.:D This is cool and now I’m going to the other video that explains more about this.Physics is amazing!!!Physics is fun. Now it makes beads jump up before they go down. Try figuring out why this effect happens before peeking at the explanation video.Did you sell your soul to Satan to pull this off?I love you, physics!All the armchair physicists are converging in one place! Oh my god!!could this be replicated or described with quantum physics? not exactly but in the sense of : is it predictable?ugh, the only beads i have are my anal beads…. guess it’ll have to do.I wonder if there’s any practical application to this phenomenon & Can we write some equations that model it?Weird science…Try this with an extra long Slinky®.Gotta love gravity.Go home physics, you’re drunk again.Physics ftw!thumbs up if you saw this more than two timesMAGICYay physics, BITCH!! (And yes, I know that Jesse Pinkman said “Yay Science” without the bitch…)Fun with physics. #physicsBuen efecto de un hilo de cuentas al caerLa explicación científica vía: http://goo.gl/lp1hKpSelf siphoning beads#Nic_olawhat happen if you move the cup high and law left and right. will it dancing with u?WHY?I just wonder could it possible be the new energy source somehowjust did itHi, I am currently working on the development of a new television series for Discovery. We would be interested in including an extract of the above video in our programme and I wonder if you can tell me whether this might be possible? Check your inbox for Details, thanksInertia!beads for freedomCiência mágica ! 🙂thanks go physicsthanks go physicsThe explanation is actually quite simple – this happens because this particular type of chain (hollow beads connected to each other with stiff rods) has a limited bending radius (it is the “ceiling fan pulling switch” kind of chain). Just sliding down the edge of the jar would require a sharper bend for the chain than it can do, so the only way for the chain to be pulled out of the jar (by the falling part of the chain) is to do this in a wider arc. the speed of the falling chain offers lots of kinetic energy to the process, which causes the arc to rise way above the jar; the limited chain bend kind of “whips” the chain out of the jar. So this also means the faster the falling section, the higher the arc will rise out of the jar (as we actually can see on other videos of this phenomenon). Ultimate proof for this explanation: try this test with a chain that consists of beads held in place by a thin cotton thread but with each bead fixed to the thread at regular intervals spaced about 1.5x the bead diameter (thus allowing for a much sharper bend radius). Such a chain will NOT show this phenomenon.I went to the festival of the spoken nerd and saw him do it liveLooking at camera and back at your exp is vary funny,hhhh Anyway very interesting!!Self siphoning beads: http://youtu.be/_dQJBBklpQQOK that’s kinda odd 🙂OK that’s kinda odd 🙂I never knew it until now, but i need one of those chains.It is logical if when looking at the equations that describe that. I love when classical mechanics yields surprising results that is true.oh!125 people be like “That’s the devils magic bobby!”FAKE!! ;DYay! Physics!Amazing bead chain experiment in slow motion : http://youtu.be/6ukMId5fIi0Understanding the chain fountain: http://youtu.be/-eEi7fO0_O0To the amazons for bead chain…is it ok to use a 30m with 2mm diameter?Where to buy 50m of this?Self siphoning beads: http://youtu.be/_dQJBBklpQQSent here by Stephen Fry on QI!Anyone else watching this on QI right now 😉Just watched QI xDThe art of scienceIt’s magic!Yep, QI just brought me here as well))))) weird!!!!!!!QI brought me here :/3 Cheers for QI.This is obviously because aliens.Занимательная ФИЗИКА!Cool just coolIs the man in the video there for distraction or am I the only one who thinks he’s hot a fuck? 🙂WITCHCRAFT!!!Hi, I went to your lecture in cam bridge for science week on Sunday and I was thinking about it on the way home when I noticed. I don’t know how long polymers are, can one molecule be for example a meter long. Was the tape made of molecules as long as the tape going longways or loads of shorter (but still quite long) molecules going longways.Buzzfeed brought me here.That “WTF” look is perfect!Shitty audio. Shame on you. You cared enough to light it decently, but didn’t care about us with ears. Try again. Good journey.how could this be applied in real life usefully?Self siphoning beadsHOW!?le reddit has brought me. *tips fedora* good day chapsBead chains do not simply slide out of a container.*Great, you broke physics.*Am I the only one who has seen this on Mythbusters ?Bead chains do not simply slide out of a container.Ugh… I ordered 3.2 mm chain. I noticed you commented 4.5. Do you think 3.2 will have the same effect?Something something One Show.Ayyy One ShowWho saw this on The One Show??Is there a way this can be done in full circle as in have firstly a chain that is really long and is one singular loop, a beaker to hold the mass, with a hole in the bottom so the mass weight doesnt let it slip through, im thinking some sort of coil shape…. perpetual motion could this be turned into free energy or does physics dictate no 🙁This is also called the “chain fountain effect” which sounds marginally better than the “self-siphoning beads” effect.I presume this is why, if you have an old-fashioned bathplug and chain, and try to put the plug on the edge of the bath, if any of the chain slips off the edge, the chain and plug end up jumping back into the bath.even mythbusters did this too. mythbusters are on science channelThe theory presented by Professor Mark Warner and Dr.John Biggins from the University of Cambridge is wrong! 1) The chain used by Steve Mould has round beads, thus it should not work according to their theory, but it does work! 2) The suggestion that the chain is “pushed up by the pot” is absurd, a complete furphy and not in compliance with any law of physics. 3) To suggest that the centripetal force has something to do with it while ignoring the centrifugal force is also absurd, another furphy to confuse the public. 4) You may have noticed that the “macaroni chain” performed a lot worse than the Mould chain, whereas it should be the opposite way round according to the theory.Here is the real theory why the chain creates a fountain and it works particularly well with a bead chain as Steve Mould has used, round beads with a short elastic connection. The chain moves at a constant speed, thus there is zero acceleration between each bead, with exception at the point where the chain is picked up. At this point a bead is suddenly accelerated and as soon as it joins the preceding bead it is retarded again to zero acceleration, when joining the synchronous speed of all other moving beads.The momentum imparted onto the accelerating bead will be transferred to the preceding bead which then provides the force required to push it vertically up and create the fountain..it’s funny when people say this is fake they should probably do some research before jumping to conclusionsKommentare sind geschlossen.