Bubble Man

When Tom Noddy blows through the skin of the main bubble, a tunnel of soapy liquid is formed under the action of the air pressure. The tunnel could be considered as making up a succession of rings. When the diameter of a ring has been multiplied by three and a seventh, it becomes detached from the tunnel to become an autonomous bubble. (image by Olivier Blaise)
Bubble Man When Tom Noddy blows through the skin of the main bubble, a tunnel of soapy liquid is formed under the action of the air pressure. The tunnel could be considered as making up a succession of rings. When the diameter of a ring has been multiplied by three and a seventh, it becomes detached from the tunnel to become an autonomous bubble.
©Olivier Blaise
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