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Prince Rupert's Drop
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Prince Rupert's Drop
Prince Rupert's Drop is a quirk of physics that occurs when a molten drop of hot glass is dropped into a bucket of cold water. This demonstrates just how strange it really is.


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Posted by averusblack on April 7, 2013
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