I love me some homemade quicksand!
it says 'constarch'. why it's pounding on it crying, i don't know..
RootBeer said:it says 'constarch'. why it's pounding on it crying, i don't know..
Corn starch and water has a very high viscosity level, which, basically means its really, really, really thick.
A slightly longer explanation is that if you push against it quickly/hard for a short time, you won't get very far. But if you push against it slowly/lightly for a long time, you'll end up sicking in. Homemade quicksand.
It's not viscosity per-se; it's a non-Newtonian fluid. It'll harden (temporarily) if it's pushed hard, but becomes more liquid under softer pressures. Google "ooblek".
True, but if RootBeer wasn't aware of viscosity, I doubted he would be aware of non-Newtonian fluids, let alone understand it.
This image is way more complicated than it seems if that's what the author is trying to get it. :p
I would think my first comment explained everything in a quick and fun package
It has to keep jumping or it will sink.
!. Does it have enough weight to sink ?2. Why not just jump out ?
And of course, even though it hardens, some of it will still stick to her foot, which won't help matters.
DatEasy said:!. Does it have enough weight to sink ?2. Why not just jump out ?
That is to logical for yukkuris.
Moeman said:tl;dr,It has to keep jumping or it will sink.
Well then...I puff at you!*PUFF*