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A group of Canadian researchers says they’ve finally figured out why icicles grow with those characteristic ripples. The answer, they say, is the amount of impurities in the water, particularly salt.
A team of physicists from the University of Toronto and Rutgers University have mimicked the explosion of a supernova in miniature.
Just about any road with a loose surface â€” sand or gravel or snow â€” develops ripples that make driving a very shaky experience.
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Physicists at the University of Toronto have cracked the mystery behind the strange and uncannily well-ordered hexagonal columns found at such popular tourist sites as Northern Ireland's Giant's Causeway and California's Devil's Postpile, using water, corn starch, and a heat lamp.
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