The music video for "High Ball Stepper" – the first cut from Jack White's forthcoming solo album "Lazaretto" – is basically four minutes of blazing guitar riffs set to visuals of two notoriously trippy scientific phenomena.
The first: A non-newtonian fluid that leaps, freezes, pools and thickens in a vibrating speaker cone. The second: a layer of sand that skitters through a series of patterns atop a vibrating Chladni plate. Give it a watch and a listen, then read up on the science of each phenomenon at the links below.
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