Dry ice submerged in dyed oobleck (corn starch and water suspension) creates foggy geysers as the bubble opens a slit.

Dry ice submerged in dyed oobleck (corn starch and water suspension) creates foggy geysers as the bubble opens a slit.

By Scott Wieland, Haleigh Cook, Kelsea Anderson, Samuel Ballard for Fall 2015 Team First.
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