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Milk Drop to Splash

Watch as milk is dripped into a basin and the action is shown in slow motion, in this mid-1930s film by Doc Edgerton. [HEE-FV-018, at 09:15]

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This is like watching a a performance of a Tschaikovsy symphony not knowing quite when it will end. Or a Hitchcock movie not knowing how it will end. Bravo!

Posted over 6 years by mpotash

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