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Magic!: Whirlpool Shaped Pot Stirs Itself When Boiling

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Plastic beads, my favorite!

This is the Kuru-Kuru Nabe (Round and Round Pot) invented by Japanese dentist Hideki Watanabe using dental plaster to coat the insides of a pot. When water boils inside, it creates a natural whirlpool, gently stirring your (let's not kid ourselves) Ramen. How this has never been available before is beyond me, but I suspect a conspiracy. You think the Illuminati don't have all the pot and pan manufacturers in their back pocket? Please, they faked the moon landing didn't they? "That was NASA." Yeah but what's NASA spelled backwards? "ASAN." Right, and what's the name of that lion from that children's book? "Aslan?" Beware the white witch. "You need help." I...need a lot of things.

Hit the jump for multiple videos of the pot stirring plastic beads (NOT butt beads), vegetables, noodles, and eggs. So many videos of watching water boil!

Thanks to Ferrous, tran and Monica, who stir their pots the old fashioned way: with a magic wand. F*** yeah, sorcery!

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  • Jadis

    cool idea, but that would be hard to clean.

  • That was fascinating. Amazing what people come up with sometimes.

  • SHUTUP AND TAKE MY MONEY, I WANT ONE!!

  • Neat but ultimately pointless. Just use a spoon, lazy.

  • What happens when the phone rings?

  • Gee you two! How do you cope now?

  • Microwave, luv :3

  • Then you have no problem then - unless you put a metal pan in there.

  • LOL quite right.

    I still think it's a very neat idea, and in our multi-tasking age being relieved of one daily chore sounds like a noble endeavor, don't you think? ;)

  • Oh, it's very clever - I just think it's a solution to a first world problem.

  • Azariel_z

    well , some people have children at home ( like me ) and do need to leave the pan unattended for a minute or 2..

  • Azariel_z

    would need another version if you are in the opposite hemisphere?

  • The Coriolis effect doesn't apply to something as small as a pan.

  • Azariel_z

    But we could use it to popularize the Physics of Fluids...the H1 and H2 model..

  • a very useful invention.. :D

  • Guest

    Physics are indeed a fun thing. I wonder if this can be also implimented I toliets for an effective flush?

  • Cleaning would be a bitch! D-:

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  • RareAwesomeman

    Your comment is bad, and you should feel bad

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