Putting Dry Ice in Slime Spawns Some Really Weird Bubbles

Throw dry ice in everything just to see what happens, if you ask me. Crazy Russian Hacker put dry ice in some green slime and a bunch of bubbles started forming out of nowhere. The bubbles eventually pop in a small explosion of smoke but when they first appear underneath that muck of green goo, it’s like seeing eggs spawn or something.

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senecaty
Seneca the Younger(er)

put dry ice in some green slime and a bunch of bubbles started forming out of nowhere.

Out of nowhere? That’s fucking amazing! Like, against the principle of mass conservation and everything? Call the physicists!

Oh, wait, the bubbles were caused by off-gassing of the carbon dioxide as it heats and expands, causing the surface tension of the slime to temporarily contain it in a bubble as described by LaPlace’s Law...so disappointed now.

BUT...it was very soothing to watch, wasn’t it?