What happens when you wring out a soaked washcloth in space? – IOTW Report

What happens when you wring out a soaked washcloth in space?

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13 Comments on What happens when you wring out a soaked washcloth in space?

  1. It seems a lot like telling liberals to FO, it just doesn’t do much good, they hang around like a pestilence.

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  2. I kinda like hearing all the women explaining about wringing a dish cloth in space vs. on earth. Who should know better?

    Next up: How to make a sammich in space.

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  3. Cool.
    You can see surface tension in action on Earth too.
    When you wash your hair, if you have any, the reason you’re supposed to wash, rinse, repeat is the soap breaks the surface tension. That’s why the repeat part sudses up better.
    It’s also why just water won’t clean grease of surfaces.

    Surface tension is why water bugs can walk on the water.

    I thought the water would float around like when they squeeze juice out of their drink containers.

    Ok. I’m done being a geek. 😁

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  4. @RADIOATIONMAN/HAM/CB/AM/FM/SSB/VHF/UHF: And a couple of chimps are floating around in space as well. I wonder what happened to them? PETA wasn’t around during the sputnik times.

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  5. @RADIOATIONMAN – you need to add CW, FSK, and PSK to your modulation dial. CB is in the HF spectrum so maybe add that too!

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