Is Swimming In Syrup Faster or Slower?

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I show you on odd effect of swimming in syrup vs water

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10 Jan 2022



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Chris Vor 11 Tage
Turns out that this scales up too. You can swim approximately as fast in a vacuum as you can in solid rock.
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Magical Vor 9 Tage
Thank you so much now I can swim in syrup 🥰
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@Kason Simpkins-Webb so? I played in brookhaven earlier, and was just thinking about it. Can you read minds?
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@Eric Deniz ugh rude. Ppl can do what they want and if ur opinion is negative, then it doesn't rly matter. I play roblox, my brother does, my bff does, my bffs cousin does so don't be rude. I played roblox earlier.
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@Jelly Booga Boy ugh rude. Ppl can do what they want and if ur opinion is negative, then it doesn't rly matter. I play roblox, my brother does, my bff does, my bffs cousin does so don't be rude. I played roblox earlier.
zack phy
zack phy Vor 9 Tage
Mythbusters did an entire episode about this years ago. They also came to the conclusion of it's the same but they actually tested it for real by filling up pools with syrup and swimming in it.
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aku wongndewo Vor 15 Stunden
@Eito零式 🤦
N Vor 2 Tage
Waste of syrup
Creeper stalker
Creeper stalker Vor 3 Tage
@jrea424 not custard, it was a mixture of corn starch and water.
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Creeper stalker Vor 3 Tage
And that's how you really test a theory.
Casual-A Vor 3 Tage
@Eito零式 🤦‍♂️
coleeto2 Vor 8 Tage
Swimming through a more viscous liquid would require more effort / energy. The Mythbusters did an episode on this at human scale
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IF MY MEMORY is good it was a non newtonian liquid
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@vinestick 29 There's a DE-vidr who made a lego press and a crane. check him out. the more wheels he added the better it performed. No stress to his input energy
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vinestick 29 Vor 5 Tage
@Hey Girl I Like Your Kitchen Romania it’ll be harder to rotate more gears to get the same result
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@amanda bin why not put more gears to relieve stress
coleeto2 Vor 6 Tage
@Gabriel Santana Cardoso if you were hovering above the liquid water/syrup then yes. Swimming in the syrup the drag force also increases (as viscosity increases).
Anime by the Hour
The difference tho is that swimming through a higher viscosity uses more energy so you tire out faster. That’s why the Great Molasses Flood of 1919 that happened in Boston was so tragic.
Anime by the Hour
@Random Guy 20XX No, it wasn’t hot. The molasses was kept at room temperature however it’s dangerous either way. The cooler the molasses got (it was a winter day) the thicker it got. The viscosity made it hard to rescue people.
Random Guy 20XX
Random Guy 20XX Vor 3 Tage
Wasn't that stuff also hot?
ThisChannel Vor 4 Tage
Well that and being hit by a 25 ft high wave at 35 mph
hfrf The Gremlin
hfrf The Gremlin Vor 4 Tage
I’m a competitive swimmer as I think that with good technique (meaning you swim with little resistance and have a good catch) because of how much easier it would be to get a more solid and powerful catch you could go faster in the syrup
Mortomi Cinnamonbun
Honestly i would rather swim in water, because (ignoring the mess after) i don’t think i would be able to breathe as well, and i don’t quite have as much torque as that turtle apparently.
52flyingbicycles Vor 2 Tage
Yeah my body is more equipped to swimming in water. I get some in my mouth sometimes and I can easily swallow it, but syrup would be harder to get down so it would jar me a bit.
Losers take the bait
@Sarah Basto I'm pretty sure everyone breathes like all the time. At least every 30 seconds or so.
Sarah Basto
Sarah Basto Vor 3 Tage
Do you breathe when swimming in water, btw? Holy lord, I'm wasting life watching and reading such stuff!
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Daniel T Vor 3 Tage
@Nicholas S imagine it in your ears
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@Alex .G A ture gineus!
The Senate
The Senate Vor 7 Tage
But the fact that the pushing force is doubled means you need more energy and strength to keep pushing yourself forward So they might be the same speed but a person would run out of energy and drown much quicker
Losers take the bait
@Grace James The turtle is not the same as a human... Our muscles would become tired faster in a more viscous fluid. Moreover, moving a heavier substance requires more energy. That turtle doesn't have to breathe... We do. Breathing takes energy and in order to breathe you must expand your chest and displace whatever medium is around you. Displacing a heavier medium requires more energy then a lighter one. On top of that, you can very clearly see that the turtle in syrup cannot swim straight, but the one in water can. That is because the heavier liquid moves the object around easier making movements less efficient. Any movement of the syrup will move you further off course than the exact same movement in water. Meaning you will expend more energy stabilizing yourself. The turtles were able to ignore that factor because they are attached to a string that only allows forward movement. People don't have a safety string... Muscles also act differently than mechanical toys. You can exhaust muscles by simply putting pressure on them. If you place a 30lb weight on your chest and don't move, then remove that weight after two hours. Your muscles will feel sore afterwards. This would happen no matter were you applied the weight. You wouldn't technically be expending more energy than without the weight either. Yet you would still feel fatigued. We are squishy and not made of metal. Simply being in the syrup is putting more pressure on your entire body than being in water. That pressure will effect your muscles. Even treading water is going to be more difficult. Edit: You're looking at this as if forward movement is the only factor involved. It isn't. You're bodily processes will not function the same, so regardless of how much energy you're expending you will become exhausted faster. Stamina in humans is not only about energy. We aren't robots. You're smart, but you aren't actually applying critical thinking right now.
Grace James
Grace James Vor 4 Tage
@Losers take the bait it’s not harder to swim in. You think the toy turtle in syrup used more energy than the one in the water?
Losers take the bait
@Grace James This has been tested on Myth busters. Swimming in syrup requires more energy than in water. Everyone got tired faster in the syrup. Basic bodily functions like breathing are also harder in the thicker fluid. The simple act of expanding your chest to breath requires more force than in water. Edit: Syrup is heavier than water meaning it requires more energy to displace. So while the act of moving forward might be roughly the same, every other process is going to require more energy. And like the video says, this test really only works with around a 2:1 ratio. The more viscous the liquid the harder it becomes to swim. If you made a pool of something that was 4x more viscous, the results wouldn't be the same.
Grace James
Grace James Vor 6 Tage
The pushing force isn’t doubled, it’s halved. The force pushing against you is doubled. Making the average force needed to expend as you swim the exact same. :)
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Devon Lockwood Vor 5 Tage
I love the experiments that you show on your videos. It's such a nice break from all the sad stuff we are constantly viewing. 🙃
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So true- SO TRUE-
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Lmao same
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@Shane H Too bad I don't believe you.
Storm Vor 9 Tage
Math in a nut shell
Quandris Vor 7 Tage
I would be interested to see how hydroplaning would work . Seeing as how some competitive swimming techniques (fly) require lifting yourself on top of the water as much as possible. Probably doesn't make a difference, but still.
firebirdude2 Vor 18 Stunden
I'd like to see a larger scale test with robot swimmers. A 12" run isn't exactly definite.
kitto Vor 4 Tage
Also, it would depend on the thickness on the syrup. I know that some are more liquidy, and some are thicker
Bonlino Vor 56 Sekunden
The real question is, does it take more or less EFFORT to swim through syrup compared to water?
MilkMan Vor 9 Tage
This actually brought memories back for me. This was in an episode of Brainiac where the host swam in a pool of syrup. *it wasn’t very scientific to be clear haha
opzz xsin
opzz xsin Vor 4 Tage
possible. Probably doesn't make a difference, but still.
shani yan
shani yan Vor 8 Tage
I think you can bypass this issue with a jet powered catamaran. In fact the more viscous can offer more speed on lower speeds because you will lift easyer.
Abdel Ali
Abdel Ali Vor 4 Tage
The real question is, what kind of life would you have to live that it leads you to swim in syrup to survive?
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"I made this syrup.." *pours jugs of labeled log cabin syrup*
J. K.
J. K. Vor 3 Tage
Shhh! It's his syrup!
Devon Lockwood
Devon Lockwood Vor 5 Tage
Totally! That was my favorite part. 😀
Ismael Vor 11 Tage
Wouldn’t you have to use more force in the more viscous one so you would tire faster and in the long run be slower?
Losers take the bait
@Ryan Ford You're both right and wrong. Certain parts would be roughly the same. However, you would use more energy overall, without question. Moving a heavier liquid requires more energy. So when you inhale and expand your chest, that is going to require far more energy in Syrup, than in water. Furthermore, syrup affects the way you swim. If you watch the turtles in slow motion, the syrup one paddles slower, but it also does not move nearly as straight. You can clearly see it at normal speed too, but when it is slowed down the difference become way more apparent. The syrup is acting on the turtle. Meaning in order to swim perfectly straight in syrup, you have to fight the pressure pushing you from side to side. Therefore requiring more energy overall. I know there is a more scientific way of saying that last part. I don't really think the exact words matter. It will be harder to go straight in a more viscous fluid. Something heavier is going to have an easier time moving you than something lighter.
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@Ryan Ford That doesn’t matter when we’re talking about muscles. More energy is getting transferred from the hand directly to the syrup, instead of with water where your hand will move behind you freely. This will severely increase muscle fatigue. Ride a bike up a hill a particular speed in low gear, then in high gear. Same distance over time, yet what makes you more tired?
Ryan Ford
Ryan Ford Vor 7 Tage
@Elliot Bridge he said in the video that this stops being true after about 2 times as viscous, so ya swimming in wet concrete would be pretty difficult. In syrup however, it would not take any more effort than in water. The turtle toys have the same output force, but they're still going the exact same speed.
Elliot Bridge
Elliot Bridge Vor 8 Tage
More viscous generally means heavier. It may be easier to push off but imagine swimming in wet concrete. It wouldnt cancel each other out.
CatMoose Vor 8 Tage
This comment section is filled with scientists and here i am sigh 😕
Yeff Vor 9 Tage
You probably can swim faster in a syrup(or in a viscous liquid) but it will tire you out quicker which would slow you down in the long run. It's like a graph where the power would, probably, quickly fall down as the graph goes further. Unlike in normal liquid, it is much more sustainable to swim. Efficiently, perhaps.
DreadlyKnight Vor 5 Tage
One could argue it would take more energy in the long run tho as you would potentially be giving more force to move through the liquid
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu Vor 3 Tage
Very cool and interesting. I never would've even questioned it. I definitely would've said water is quicker lol
Carl Watts III
Carl Watts III Vor 7 Tage
Very cool and interesting. I never would've even questioned it. I definitely would've said water is quicker lol
Rama Chandra
Rama Chandra Vor 11 Tage
For a moment there I thought he was going to swim in syrup to test the theory 🙂. Surprising result though .
Seras Vor 8 Tage
That'd be the Mr beast version. Plus at the end he would buy everyone a house.
MilkMan Vor 9 Tage
Brainiac did as well.
IronIsKing Vor 9 Tage
@wokeupinapanic they did honey and syrup
wokeupinapanic Vor 9 Tage
@IronIsKing no, it was definitely syrup. I literally just pulled it up to verify
Crissyfox Does Stuff
Mythbusters did swin in syrup.
bill cosby
bill cosby Vor 3 Tage
I feel like this short distance causes confounding variables that ruin the confidence in the conclusion. It feels a larger space like a small pool or something would yield better results but I imagine the swimming techniques a person would use in a real situation would change matters a lot as well.
CKing Vor 4 Tage
I wonder if it would change with different swimming techniques though? I'd bet one that focuses more on strokes would be more effective in syrup
Andrew Proffer
Andrew Proffer Vor 5 Tage
I was a swimmer in high-school and you could tell when you went to other pools that there water was slightly thinner or thicker, and whenever I swam breaststroke I always swam faster in thicker water
guilherme siqueira
also, forward motion will be inconsistent in a viscous fluid. See how the turtle wobbles. That line represents the swimmers spine strength. So you’ll bê disoriented when trying to swim
Harloichii Vor 3 Tage
I feel like you'd get tired quicker in syrup, therefore directly affecting how fast you can swim when you have a set amount of stamina
Trent Griffith
Trent Griffith Vor 9 Tage
I feel like the more viscous the liquid the more energy would have to be exerted, regardless of the greater push you get per movement. Think quicksand.
Bow Ty
Bow Ty Vor 5 Tage
The only difference it’s the amount of energy you expend. In syrup you will need to use more strength because it’s thicker, but water in thinner so you don’t need as much strength.
Jake Kagami
Jake Kagami Vor 4 Tage
This could actually be a pretty good science project
Marendra Nodi
Marendra Nodi Vor 5 Tage
It would be easier for the toy to swim coz as the load increases the motor will start pulling power to keep up with the demand of power. Measuring the current drawing of the motor might help us understand what takes more energy even though its kinda looks like syrup would be harder
Qawi Vor 8 Tage
I think that in high level swimming competitions minimising drag gets very important.
Cookies N’ Cream Gaming
What if you made is denser? I know you can’t float or swim in oil that’s 10% less dense than water, but would this still work in a liquid that’s twice as dense as water, not twice as viscous
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Crawmerax 101 Vor 11 Tage
Imagine getting out of the pool of syrup. Imagine how sticky you would be
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Just go to Canada, they will lick you clean.
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I think the swimmer would tire much quicker and I think it would also mean that momentum would not carry you as far
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I’ve never seen something so simple be so fascinating 🤨
Marty Vor 7 Tage
I can imagine that swimming in syrup will take more energy tho, since you have you use more strenght to move
AA-VFX Vor 11 Tage
I woke up today, wondering about Syrup swimming!!! I'm not making this up!!! 😂😂😂
Me Myself and I
Me Myself and I Vor 8 Tage
Just watch the episode of Mythbusters
Matthew Valencia
Matthew Valencia Vor 8 Tage
Syrup no thick enough
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Exstacc Vor 9 Tage
I'm always thinking about if someone filled a pool with nut 💀
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This man is doing what Vsauce and Hank Green never could: get to the point!
Just a Guy
Just a Guy Vor 7 Tage
Now I can swim in my syrup gladly knowing I’m not missing out on anything with it
Eren JAEGER Vor 5 Tage
What if you have a heavier liquid so you get more buoyancy and there’s less surface area for the drag to pull on
VeteranVandal Vor 21 Stunde
I think density is actually the most important factor here.
Empty 09
Empty 09 Vor 11 Tage
Huge difference when you actually put a person in a pool of each compared to a super buoyant toy
truered lucky
truered lucky Vor 15 Stunden
Mythbusters tried the same experiment with actuall people in an actuall pool of sirrup and came to the same conclusion...
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Xx Floofy xX
Xx Floofy xX Vor 7 Tage
@FreakOfFear yh and like what else can he rlly do, accturly swim in a pool of syrup?
FreakOfFear Vor 7 Tage
Not necessarily. The swimming motions aren’t that far off. It’s good data
K9 Cigo
K9 Cigo Vor 9 Tage
I love the sounds it makes when they swim 😂 🐢
Ron Will
Ron Will Vor 7 Tage
I needed this. I wanted to try filling up my entire pool with syrup. Now I know I can swim in syrup.
Axelory Vor 9 Tage
I'd imagine it's much harder to swim in syrup as opposed to water, though. Simply because we're more accustomed to swimming in water.
Jeffery Wang
Jeffery Wang Vor 4 Tage
Well being a swimmer I think the viscous water would exhaust you much quicker and distance events would be much slower.
Finisterre_exe Vor 11 Tage
this bodes well for the syrup swimming pool that ive been building
Anthony Gruba
Anthony Gruba Vor 8 Tage
Yeah, I was a bit scared mine is slowing me down
meep706 Vor 11 Tage
Good luck
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Crocodile Guy
Crocodile Guy Vor 5 Tage
You could argue that for a human the syrup would hinder how well they can swim so they would end up going slower.
Dog P00y
Dog P00y Vor 8 Tage
I want to see this experiment but with the viscosity of a manure pit ( they’re well known for taking many lives because it’s so insanely hard to move in manure
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Viscosity is a basic measurement of thickness and described as seconds per quart through a marsh funnel. The ability to "push off" is best described as yield point, and the relationship between the speed of the flappers in the fluid is described as centipoise. Using a viscometer, use the 600 and 300 rpm readings to measure the yield point. In a longer pool of fluid, the experiment would be better explained. The cancelation of speed is due to friction. This all changes when the fluid is being pumped and the object travels due to the velocity of the fluid. The water will fail due to its laminar flow, and the more viscous fluid will provide a more turbulent flow. Suspended solids in the fluid, which cause interference in hydraulic properties, also know as contaminants, can be tracked by a fluids plastic viscosity. Plastic viscosity causes more friction.
Old Son Gun
Old Son Gun Vor 3 Stunden
Yeah the real difficulty to swimming in it would be your ability to stay above the surface and not drown it seems.
Frs Kwn
Frs Kwn Vor 9 Tage
It would've been nice to mention that you'd also get tired faster in the fluid with the higher viscosity. But it's a nice video nontheless! 👍
Guillermo Y.
Guillermo Y. Vor 6 Tage
I think the turtle in syrup moves its paws slower indeed
Teeweezeven Vor 5 Tage
I'd imagine at a certain viscosity it does get more difficult to swim
That Weird Dude
That Weird Dude Vor 8 Tage
There was actually an experiment were they tested a more viscous liquid than water and found out that we humans tend to be faster in the more viscous one but smaller animals would have a harder time
Daniel Peixoto Martins
Wait! Are we or aren't we going to see you in swim trunks, covered in syrup, trying to swim? I think we should!
Brandon Huber
Brandon Huber Vor 7 Tage
We saw mythbusters years ago, this is a good reminder of the good 'ole days.
_.Lisx._ Vor 9 Tage
The only difference is that you’ll regret getting in the syrop ‘cause of the stickiness
Chico Vor 4 Tage
Always been aftaid of swimming in lava, but you solved my issue. Thanks^^
William 2 Glaser
William 2 Glaser Vor 9 Tage
Competitive swimmer here, and im betting that the characteristics of the syrup will be different in ways that might change your technique to take advantage if the viscosity more
nen ben
nen ben Vor 9 Tage
I wonder, is there certain swimming techniques that are more efficient in more viscous liquids and less in less viscous fluids and vice-versa
Antuk Vor 11 Tage
Canadian pools be like
Krispies TS
Krispies TS Vor 8 Tage
We actually swim in moose and keep our syrup in safes, stuffs more valuable than gold
Antuk Vor 11 Tage
@Gonk damm guess it's different in Toronto then
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Chad B Vor 11 Tage
Our pools are our ice rinks for the next few months
Gonk Vor 11 Tage
uh excuse me? we swim on moose and when we're feeling festive, geese here.
Your sleep paralysis demon
A very viscous liquid will actually pull you down because when you sink, you don't have the strength to swim back up
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TheV3ntu5 Vor 4 Tage
I used to swim regularly and the only thing id add is that you always get water in your mouth no matter what you do so that would *definitely* impact your swimming abilities
Laura Vor 8 Tage
Wait, so what happens when you leave that viscosity range? Does it slow down or speed up?
Allen Huang
Allen Huang Vor 11 Tage
I was just paying attention to how cute the turtles were.
Dylan Vor 8 Tage
Their little splooshes are adorable
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Same. I love them
K. R.
K. R. Vor 9 Tage
@Psalm not even closely as cute as the real ones :))
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Justin Walker
Justin Walker Vor 8 Tage
That was a great idea to switch the turtles and the liquid that they are in excellent way to have a good control
Goyo the legend
Goyo the legend Vor 6 Tage
So like gravity, a larger object is harder to be pulled down by it's weight, but since it's heavier, it falls with more force, and that's why all objects fall with the same speed unless there's air resistance.
Si Poppy
Si Poppy Vor 4 Tage
But would it require a lot more energy to swim in syrup? Then would you be swimming faster?
Scrotie Mcboogerballs
I’d think you would use more energy to swim in the syrup so you would get tired faster and not be able to go as far
Valentine Ozoigboanugo
The more viscous is also less dense than water, so the turtle body in the fluid floats better but still encounters similar drag/friction. The viscosity-viscosity cancellation happens at the fins where better push = more friction. On the body its viscosity-density cancellation, with respect to the both fluids. If the fluid was more viscous but equally dense compared to water, the turtle will be equally submerged as in water, and will certainly move slower.
Enera Wilson
Enera Wilson Vor 6 Tage
Either way you'll have to expend more energy so you'll eventually drown faster in the syrup in the water
Nathan Thwaites
Nathan Thwaites Vor 8 Tage
That's the most liquidy, diluted syrup I've ever seen
Usb Snake
Usb Snake Vor 9 Tage
You're forgetting that you'll get tired faster swimming in syrup, therefore water is ultimately better
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Michelle Mah
Michelle Mah Vor 8 Tage
You'd be able to swim at the same speed, but I assume you'd waste a lot more energy trying to swim through the syrup and wouldn't be able to go as far
Julio Viana
Julio Viana Vor 4 Tage
I'd like to see the actual results with people swimming in syrup. I see people mentioning that myth busters did it but they haven't said what the results were.
MakeDungeons Vor 9 Tage
Won't more viscous fluids require more force? You would be tired a lot faster, I think.
John J. Johnson
John J. Johnson Vor 7 Tage
This was adorable and informative. Thank you.
Yuyah Vor 10 Tage
"In today's episode, we put straws inside turtles to make them swim in a straight line"
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DaBobby Shmurda
DaBobby Shmurda Vor 9 Tage
Thank you for this, I will be needing this for my great escape across the syrup lake.
Knlght0fZero Vor 3 Tage
Im pretty sure this is misleading, the toy would only be impaired by the syrup if the density would exceed the toys mechanical strength. In other words, while it looks like they are going the same speed, the toy in syrup is using technicly more energy to get through, but because its mechanical we cant see that. In other words, if a human were to swim 100 meter in water and a 100 meter in syrup, the exhaustion in the syrup would be way higher making it more likely for him to slow down.
Matthew Hall
Matthew Hall Vor 5 Tage
You could swim faster in syrup but it would be harder to stay afloat and on too of the fluid..so if you started sinking it would require more physical effort to resurface..
jose jalapeno
jose jalapeno Vor 8 Tage
Action lab: "I made this syrup" Log cabin syrup: ☝️"um, excuse me sir"
Ashton De La Mota
I rewatched just cause it was so adorable seeing the little toy turtles swimming
1992djg Vor 5 Tage
I could only imagine the strain trying to swim in syrup would be it’s not faster but you need a lot more energy
Night Guy
Night Guy Vor 8 Tage
And here I was expecting an Olympic sized swimming pool full of syrup... Oh well 🤷‍♂️
Joonas Hint
Joonas Hint Vor 11 Tage
I think you can bypass this issue with a jet powered catamaran. In fact the more viscous can offer more speed on lower speeds because you will lift easyer.
Miko the raskum
Miko the raskum Vor 11 Tage
Achilles Michael
Achilles Michael Vor 9 Tage
When you think about it it is impossible to go faster. Because if speed grew with viscosity we would reach infinite speed when swimming in a solid. But the speed is zero so it has to decrease with viscosity
Ineedpie Vor 8 Tage
As a swimmer syrup would be much slower. Turns would be impossible and it would probably coat your mouth. Also, swimmers swim in cold-ish water. The temperature would cause the syrup to thicken more.
samnelso Vor 3 Tage
Would have been nice if the densities were similar.
Wales Jedi
Wales Jedi Vor 3 Tage
the time to the end may be the same, but the shower afterwards definitely takes a hell of a lot longer after the syrup
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"I made a syrup that's twice as viscous as water" Maple syrup: "am I a joke to you"
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