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jIMPACT! Egg-Defying Feat. WHY?

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Published on 16 Sep 2022 / In Interesting

⁣It’s not me defying the eggs. It’s the eggs defying me! Specifically, the solid mass of cooked eggs.

I don’t get it. The liquid goes in the direction I intend and expect in accordance with the force I put into it.

But the cooked eggs, the solid mass, rotates in the opposite direction of what I intend and expect!

Why? Does anyone know the physical, scientific, accurate explanation?

I don’t want to hear just a name, such as the coriolus effect, or the yolka-polka super-duper. I want an explanation of the physical forces in operation.

This is a thing I first noticed years ago and thought someday I’d make a video of it. Well, that day is today. And I am still surprised that I have no clue why the solid mass rotates in the opposite direction of all intention and expectation.

No trick, here, I assure you. Do it yourself. I’m looking forward to some responses.


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TinyCow
TinyCow 11 days ago

its just because you are moving the pan beneath the eggs when they are cooked. they are lifting up above the pan and the pan rotates underneath them causing the reverse rotation; the liquid eggs cannot. its more apparent when you toss potatoes or grapes or something in a colander

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TinyCow
TinyCow 11 days ago

just think of it like this; when you turn it clockwise, it lags behind the acceleration much like some item in a truck bed rolling to the back during acceleration. the item isnt really moving in an opposite direction, it just doesnt have the same initial velocity in the direction of acceleration so it appears to be the opposite .

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UncleA39
UncleA39 11 days ago

Oooh be careful don’t get blocked !! @TinyCow:

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jbl .
jbl . 11 days ago

Thanks for your contribution. The problem is that the solid mass of egg really does move in the opposite direction. Please see the comment below by "RedTempered" and my response to it. And I will add this: We all know, by the way gears work, that if we swirl a quarter (U.S. 25-cent coin with a rough edge) in a pan, it will "roll" against the wall of the pan and rotate in the opposite direction. I think we have the answer here.

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NVRCAPITULATE
NVRCAPITULATE 10 days ago

@UncleA39: quiet down faggot, enough out of you already....

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RedTempered
RedTempered 11 days ago

the solid eggs turns around it's center of mass, it's center of mass is also off center with the container's center; to rotate the mass of eggs you need a higher friction along the edge of the egg mass for the moment you accelerate it however when you tilt it towards you the friction from the edge closer to you is higher than the farther part which makes it rotate in the opposite direction that you expect from your movement ; my humble attempt at explaining it

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jbl .
jbl . 11 days ago

Thanks for your sincere response. I see a possibility there. Next time, I'll have to deliberately experiment with tilt toward me and away from me. I can see that it would be like a gear rolling inside the pan, with the pan's wall being like a circular gear. Meshing gears rotate in opposite directions from the dominant physical force of friction in their contact.

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NVRCAPITULATE
NVRCAPITULATE 12 days ago

we are getting closer to unlocking all the hidden secrets of this world, Heil to the EGGS!

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Hatbox
Hatbox 12 days ago

I don't know, but am going to try this and
see what happens. Maybe this is why
they're called "scrambled".

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AHsBatman
AHsBatman 12 days ago

Anti clockwise.and it’s your action that’s wrong.can see that immediately!😂

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jbl .
jbl . 12 days ago

What country are you from? All my life here in the USA, we have said "counter-clockwise." "Counter" in this usage means "against." I don't have anything against your "anti clockwise." Just different, not wrong. Your comment, though: entirely WRONG. Wrong arrogance. Wrong reaction to my simple, honest action. Cook some eggs and see it happen the same way for you. And then report your apology, or report your "anti" experience.

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