After the drop of water hits the water, It will only make a ripple effect.
I thought that the water would slide straight down leaving only a mark of...wetness.
I think that the water will slide down my skin if I hold it vertically, but if it is horizontal, I think it will stay.
I think that droplet will slid down like it did on the wood.
I think it will hit the surface, splat, than the rock will absorb it a little bit until there was no mark.
After the drop hit the water, it jumped up out of the cup, than went back in, made a ripple effect.
After the water hit the wood, most of got pulled down by gravity, but only some water water, just a little bit stayed.
This is a little interesting. First I put a water droplet on my arm horizontally, and it stayed. Next, I did vertically, and it just slid down, but wait...the one that put on first didn't slide down!!!
What happened on the leaf is what happened on my arm. It slid down when it was vertical it slid down, and when it was horizontal, it stayed.
My prediction was half right and half wrong because the water didn't splat as much as I thought it would.
I was shocked to see the water drop come up, because I didn't think that water could bounce on water.
I was a little surprised to see that not all of the water slid down the wood, I thought that all WOULD slide down.
I was completely shocked to see the first water droplet still clanged on o my arm.
I was surprised to see that the results were similar to the results on my arm
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What's up guys! I'm Ian. Hey thanks for clicking on "Blog 20"! I love karate(I am a black belt!), and baseball, too. I also love to play video games!!! Enjoy all of my posts! (^-^)