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    [–] hmmm Wanderer39 2 points ago in hmmmgifs

    Honey, the watermelon plants are dripping again!

    [–] Coandă effect with steam on an egg Wanderer39 14 points ago in interestingasfuck

    Yes, it would be comparable to steaming it, and probably take about 5-7 minutes to cook.

    P.S. Happy cake day u/AMAROKwlf!

    [–] Steamed egg Wanderer39 20 points ago in woahdude

    The thermal transfer would be comparable to that of steaming in a pressure cooker, so an estimated 5-6 minutes if you want medium boil, 7-8 for hard boil. Either way, a viable way of cooking an egg

    [–] Woke up one morning to this view on a strawberry leaf. Wanderer39 2 points ago in BeAmazed

    The reason for this happening is that most of the the leaf is hydrophobic, meaning water won't stick to it easily, while the very ends of the leaf isn't.

    Tiny droplets of water slide along the surface of the leaf, and coalesce to form what you see here.

    This is a very delicate and sensitive structure, with is why you don't often see it this way naturally