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The Science behind Champagne and its Bubbles…

The bubbles of nothing that make every celebration something have helped bring in New Years for hundreds of years. For almost as long many have believed that the bubbles have the ability to go straight to your head, producing an odd giggling effect in many that partake in bubbly celebrations.

The science behind the production of Champagne and its magic bubbles is well understood but the effect of these bubbles is a far more contentious issue. Contention that is compounded by the fact that everyone is affected differently by the little bubbles of carbon dioxide. So is there any truth to the bubbly theory?

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The Levitron, Aucoustic Levitation of Alcohol…

Scientists in Brittan have been hard at work perfecting an entirely new way to consume cocktails, the Levitron. Levitating droplets of Gin and Tonic or Bloody Mary in mid air ready for drinkers to consume, although it’s still disputable how convenient slurping up the droplets will be but it is spectacular.

Inventors Charlie Harry Francis and Professor Bruce Drinkwater also hope to eventually produce levitating popcorn and levitating cutlery, ultimately one day we may be able to float our entire dinner right into our mouth.

Presented for your viewing pleasure is the video that demonstrated the power of sound, to get people drunk. While not being a breakthrough technology it sure is a unique application of leading edge technology. Sit back, relax and prepare to see your alcohol floating before your eyes. Now if we can only identify what the pink elephant really is the boundaries of drinking may disappear completely.

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