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Thermochromic table by Jay Watson

imagine banging someone on that table

imagine being home alone and seeing imprints on that table

noooooo stop

Imagine having a friend sit at that table for a long while, but when they get up there’s no imprints at all.

What if you got up after trying to console a crying friend, and found that you had no imprints… and they were crying because they missed you?

aaaah it was a cool table now it’s a horror/drama story

American Horror Story 4 : The Table

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THIS IS REALLY COOL THOUGH WE COVERED THIS IN ASTRONOMY
OK, SO
There’s this thing called tidal bulges, which are an effect of gravity. The Earth has the tidal bulge, and it’s a little like an oval shape. The moon pulls on it and that’s also why we have tides! On one side of the earth, it drags the water towards the move, and on the other, the water isn’t quite affected by the gravity, but the Earth itself is, so it’s also pulled, which makes high tide on both sides!
The bulge also affects the moon’s gravity, though, which is why it’s moving away from Earth! The bulge creates a “push” effect on the moon, which is relatively small, but enough to change the moon’s orbit into a spiral shape.
Did you know that when dinosaurs were around, there were about 200 foot tides?
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THIS IS REALLY COOL THOUGH WE COVERED THIS IN ASTRONOMY

OK, SO

There’s this thing called tidal bulges, which are an effect of gravity. The Earth has the tidal bulge, and it’s a little like an oval shape. The moon pulls on it and that’s also why we have tides! On one side of the earth, it drags the water towards the move, and on the other, the water isn’t quite affected by the gravity, but the Earth itself is, so it’s also pulled, which makes high tide on both sides!

The bulge also affects the moon’s gravity, though, which is why it’s moving away from Earth! The bulge creates a “push” effect on the moon, which is relatively small, but enough to change the moon’s orbit into a spiral shape.

Did you know that when dinosaurs were around, there were about 200 foot tides?

SCIENCE GUYS