TheConsultant Posted January 1 Share Posted January 1 Just now, sickofallthebollocks said: Errr.. yep, you did, just here: No, it can't, water cannot retain a bend or curve unless supported on all sides in its entiety, such as in a pipe. A water droplet is meniscus, with surface tension, but that same droplet of water canot retain a perfect round curve on all sides, or its underneath, it lands on a surface and has the meniscus effect, but the underside of that droplet is not round, it just sits on the surface it lands upon. Your highlighted part does not elude to what you believe it eludes to, I was discussing your statement above only. Not in regards to FE per se nor the oceans. Water tension was an example, not the rule for why people believe the water on earth can or cannot bend. It also forms to the shape of the container or object it is coupling to it is what Bruce Lee was referring to when he mentioned "be formless, shapeless..." quote. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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