Wednesday, November 5, 2014

What happens when you crack an egg deep underwater?

The answer may surprise you.

Apparently the much higher water pressure at 60' (the depth at which the above video was filmed) is sufficient to act as a 'shell', keeping the yolk and white together as if they were still inside the eggshell.

There's your bit of esoteric scientific knowledge for tonight.



Old NFO said...

That's someone with WAY too much time on their hands... :-)

Bob said...

Waste of a good egg... should have had it for breakfast.

Jennifer said...

Seriously. Now you've seasoned it with sea salt, fry it up!