1. Man, I remember when that game first came out and it wasn’t totally full of bots and giant players feeding each other back and forth

  2. It was like betting at the horse track. I would pick one droplet on the window and bet it would be the one to absorb the others and win

  3. That was my exact thought so I knew someone else must thing the same and what do you know, it was top comment even

  4. when I was a kid my grandma had a mercury maze that I used to play with. this totally reminds me of how the droplets of mercury would roll and combine through the clear plastic case.

  5. I have an old outdoor thermometer Mercury vial, and one day I’m going to make the coolest (or hottest, depending on the ambient temperature) resin pendant out of it.

  6. There was a game called mercury that's i had on the psp at least 15 years ago.. this video immediately reminded me of it! Now i wish I knew how i could play that game again: (

  7. This is neat but it also looks like it could be one of those mobile game ads where there would be maybe 4-5 droplets left to collect, then the person would let the water bubble fall off the side and the caption would be something like "I've tried 300 times and can't get past this level! 😭😭😭"

  8. Reminds me of Mercury Melt Down for the PSP. Man I loved that game even if it did make me mad.

  9. Does anyone else feel like the way water absorbs more water makes it feel sentient? I guess that would make it

  10. I did! For me it looked like an amoeba feeding on some tinier particle. (I watch a lot of David Attenborough’s nature shows, haha.)

  11. Cohesion forces water to form droplets, surface tension makes them nearly spherical, and adhesion keeps them on the surface of another substance. And when you tilt the surface, the drop moves, collecting the drops back.

  12. Hydrophobic tempered glass (probably) screen protector. Your new phone screen will do the same thing for a few months until the coating wears off.

  13. Now it’s only a matter of time before Voodo make a re-skinned crappy phone game based on this.

  14. I'm late but thought people might be interested that this is how rain works! It's called collision-coalescence and it's the concept that tiny drops will stay floating in the air from the wind, but the larger ones gradually collect enough of the tiny ones into droplets big enough to fall!

  15. Can somebody please tag the reverse bot. I forget how. Thanks, you awesome person whoever you are.

  16. https://www.reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/m86ckd/a_big_drop_collecting_smaller_drops/grfu7h8/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf&context=3

  17. When I was in college, almost 30 years ago, I had this math professor. He was young and had shaggy hair and interesting socks. He clearly kept in shape. He was also really, really into percolation theory and percolation threshold. He taught us equations linking the water through icebergs in the way you see young men in movies read poetry. He was engaging, passionate, and made it interesting. His lectures should have ended global warming and climate change. Instead, his lectures had the lasting effect that I can still apparently get turned on just by watching water droplets link up.

  18. Ahhh the game we all played as children watching rain on the window on a long drive with your parents pre-technology

  19. This reminds me of when I used to look out the car window and watch my raindrop go around eating the other ones. If you know what I mean

  20. We need this in really slooooooowwwwwww motion to see how the water drop POYO those other water drops

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