If cute had a name, it would reside here with this little video. Thanks to Amanda Cotton for the video discovery and to the 7 year old who came up with this concept.
We're seeing a Shark Emmy for this one:
Monday, October 24, 2011
Exploring the limits of biochemical madness, one bubble of CO2 at a time
|Shark Diver Labs 2011 TM|
You might think that that sounds "a bit wonky" coming from a shark diving company but ever since our foray last year into big biochem and the Gulf Oil Spill the basic tenants of biochemical reactions and what they can do for us has stuck around.
This month we're tinkering again with "fundamental creation" and producing what we think might be a hit on the West Coast. What it is we cannot say, just yet. We can say that the basic reactions are happening, all the right elements are in play and this week we watched the first bubbles of creation burst forth.
Keep your fingers crossed.
Like the guys at the CERN reactor in Europe, they don't know what they are doing either, but they have the equipment, the theory, and the drive. We do too and hopefully we'll have something groundbreaking to report in a few weeks from now:
Posted by Horizon Charters Guadalupe Cage Diving at 9:59 AM
Labels: biochem, cern, hopping around from one place to the other, lab work, madness, sharkdiver.com
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