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Amazing milk trick

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  • 8 Apr, 2010  |
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№1 Author: Bodomx (9 Apr 2010 01:02) Total user comments: 65


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WTF 51
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№2 Author: Sergio (9 Apr 2010 02:51) Total user comments: 0


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how?
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№3 Author: Louie (9 Apr 2010 05:43) Total user comments: 8189


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mmm
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№4 Author: Trog (9 Apr 2010 06:02) Total user comments: 37


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Still waiting for the amazing part
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№5 Author: fake (9 Apr 2010 07:57) Total user comments: 0


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first i think it's hot milk.
they add some colorant which is obviously denser thank milk but at first it stays on top because of surface tension.
afterwards they turn some heater beneath the milk pot.
and when they add the other liquid which i think it's cold, that starts a chain reaction of liquid moving. 55
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№6 Author: davbob (9 Apr 2010 08:52) Total user comments: 22


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It is milk, they add food colouring which sits on the surface of the milk then add liquid soap which breaks the surface tension and causes the colouring to move. This causes a convection current in the milk which makes the colours swirl.
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№7 Author: Iguana (9 Apr 2010 09:35) Total user comments: 592


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i will try it at home 09
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№8 Author: olborer (9 Apr 2010 12:10) Total user comments: 265


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really nice, will try this too
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№9 Author: Iguana (9 Apr 2010 12:46) Total user comments: 592


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olborer,
tell me after
I will too
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№10 Author: 2fuzzy (9 Apr 2010 15:13) Total user comments: 10400


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So trying this with the kids.
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№11 Author: niniel5 (9 Apr 2010 19:40) Total user comments: 89


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yummy

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№12 Author: dazen (10 Apr 2010 22:20) Total user comments: 1213


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the kids will love this 01
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№13 Author: emerica9534 (11 Apr 2010 01:52) Total user comments: 14


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№14 Author: Ty Webb (11 Apr 2010 05:33) Total user comments: 6156


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fake,
no heat. you do need to use whole milk because the dish soap is what causes the milk to 'stir'. I think it is a really cool time killer. I am not a pothead anymore but if i was I would be doing this right now.
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№15 Author: - (12 Apr 2010 02:02) Total user comments: 0


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it's real, and it's quite easy.
they add the food colouring to show movement in the milk. then they add soap which serves to breakdown the fat and oil in the milk and change it into water (i think).
you can do the same thing with a fry pan u used for bacon. just add water to it, wait for the oil to bead on top, and add soap then.
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№16 Author: Link was here (12 Apr 2010 20:14) Total user comments: 1329


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I wonder if my cat will still drink the milk after I'm done with it... 51
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№17 Author: the_dado_666 (16 Apr 2010 22:07) Total user comments: 2349


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