The Kid Should See This

Gelatin cubes dropped onto solid surface in slow motion

This video has no sound and that’s a good thing; Jell-O dropping onto a flat surface in slow motion needs nothing else to be entertaining. 

Slo-mo Jello videos aren’t rare on YouTube, but this one was made by the Modernist Cuisine: The Art of Science and Cooking team, whose $625 set of books was featured on The Colbert Report in March of 2011. 

There’s more Jell-O and more slow motion in the archives.

via Science Friday.

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