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Water Droplets Rolling On Superhydrophobic Powder

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This is a video of some colored water droplets quickly rolling their asses off a paper surface covered with a superhydrophobic powder. Superhydrophobics man, I don't GET them. Like, if two dudes want to kiss each other, that's their business. If deciding who can make out with who was anybody else's business it would be MINE, and I would have given you a big ol' NO on the girl who had her tongue down your throat at the bar on Friday. "Whatever man, she was kinda hot." No, she was kinda hiding her webbed hands in her pockets all night. If she was a Disney princess she would be the big blue monster from Monsters, Inc. "Ouch." The truth hurts, brobro.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to bb, who want to coat a pool with this stuff so the first person to do a cannonball drains the thing.

There are Comments.
  • Andrew Godsey

    So does the paper have rabies?

  • Paul Parten

    Hah, 0:41 Scattershot

  • Guest

    Put this stuff on a saucer sled instead of that lubricant, well....it may go so fast that the rider might even be able to travel trough time.

  • Geekologie Writer, just stop trying to be funny and post the article. You aren't entertaining at all. Really...just stop.

  • Turkey Troll! No-one forces you to come here and edumacate yourself!

  • Crucial

    I'd try and check either Gizmodo or maybe Wired? Keep the writing the way it is please.

  • Sylvain Gagné

    Nice product for Swimsuit for Olympic competition. On start the swimmer fly over the water all the way! lol!

  • Tim Buchanan

    Is this paper laying flat? If so, then there must be some way to put a boarder around it and...you know...create perpetual motion.

  • smaugly

    God I love you GW. You're so winningly bicurious it would make America's heartland smile

  • $18922249

    Those Ketchup nerds need to stick to their packaging and leave the rest of us gentile folks alone! KNOW YOUR PLACE!

  • Something seems slippery about this post...

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