Video of “‘Rotational buoyancy’ – Hydrostatic pressure in solid body rotation”

Here is a video from the “‘Rotational buoyancy’ – Hydrostatic pressure in solid body rotation” demonstration. The GIF is a little hazy but clearly shows the cork staying centrally located under rotation and the marble being pushed to the end of the jar (and up next to the lid). The full video is here.

Video Apr 13, 3 04 54 PM 00_00_55-00_01_10


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