Dye and Soap in Macro Looks Like Exploding Galaxies

Throw some dye into milk, add a drop of soap and suddenly the whole thing turns into a psychedelic mess of shapes and colors. Sound familiar? You probably did this science experiment in the 5th grade and felt astounded by it.


Now you’re an adult, and the only way to recapture that magic is to film the same messy process with a gorgeous macro lens. Up close a plate of gross colored milk looks more like a new universe being born. Hell yeah.

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I have always had this thought that Dark Matter are just bubbles in time where normal time and space just flows around them and you can’t see into them because of this.

Inside these bubbles time is stopped but still contain the mass of whatever is inside. This would explain why their mass still effects the known universe but nothing else does.