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Time Warp – Discovery Channel – Soap Bubbles Science With Keith Johnson Of

Many thanks to Jeff & the whole Time Warp crew. Especially those in post production… with 13 hours of footage, they could have mashed together a nasty blooper reel.
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  1. zxkickassxz
    zxkickassxz 7 October, 2009, 12:55


  2. Spartanessa
    Spartanessa 7 October, 2009, 13:12

    I loved watching this, its beautiful. Bubbles are so mystical and delicate. I like how it almost seems as the bubbles trying to get away from the bearing, like in a race or something.The awesome thing is, I swear I saw something like this when I got put inside a bubble when I was a little kid. Of course, it was A LOT faster than whats in the vid.Bubbles FTW!

  3. KaMiKaZe777larry
    KaMiKaZe777larry 7 October, 2009, 13:39

    Ufff …. this makes me give hunger…These bubbles exploiting to slow camera … mmmmmmm!!!

  4. chippylalou022
    chippylalou022 7 October, 2009, 13:51

    kewl!!! loved the part: 0:09 until0:15!!!!

  5. KacaAntoria
    KacaAntoria 7 October, 2009, 14:22

    Show de Bola .. muito legal.

  6. atimholt
    atimholt 7 October, 2009, 14:47

    It looked like the ball bearing barely made it through the other, as yet unpopped side of the bubble.

  7. ribubbleguy
    ribubbleguy 7 October, 2009, 14:48

    Yes, that was Jeff’s dream. Sort of. He really wanted to have a pellet exit the other side of the bubble just as the film (which was peeling back) got there… like it was a race. He’s a fantastic thinker: On the spot, scientifically goal oriented play. That he’s able to conjure the same creatively playful insights, segment to segment, astounds me.Improvisational too. Very little was set or scripted beforehand. No wonder the series is doing well.Keith.

  8. Ratiosaurus
    Ratiosaurus 7 October, 2009, 14:55

    nice idea ;)

  9. tomguelph
    tomguelph 7 October, 2009, 15:52

    I tried it at -40 degrees it shatters

  10. Cassieee15
    Cassieee15 7 October, 2009, 16:06

    wikkt :P

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