I am spending some time waiting for my hands to ease up a bit, wandering around the weird physics section of Youtube.
I learned that in 2007, Elmer Fuchs and colleagues in Austria created a 25 mm long water bridge, with the help of an electrical current. Not a bridge over water, a bridge created simply with electricity and water, floating between one beaker and another.
Here are a few cool videos.
This is one of Dr. Fuch's videos, showing the bridge as it is created.
This one, using a laser beam, shows that the water is in fact swirling within the bridge while traveling from one beaker to another
These two were done with a thermgraphic camera by Elmer C. Fuchs also:
I wonder what other bonds electricity can strengthen?
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