An associate sent me a link to a cool video on the Internet that showed water droplets moving upward toward the spout. No, this wasn’t on Art Bell’s website and had nothing to do with Nikola Tesla, zero point energy, or the so-called Hutchison Effect. But it had everything to do with real science known as temporal aliasing a.k.a., the “stroboscopic effect.” Wikipedia explains a machine employed toward this visual phenomena as “... an instrument used to make a cyclically moving object appear...
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