Cigarette smoke is trapped under two glasses. The surface under the glass on the right was warmed, creating convection currents in the smoke.

Cigarette smoke is trapped under two glasses. The surface under the glass on the right was warmed, creating convection currents in the smoke.

By Spencer Aguilar for Spring 2013 Get Wet.
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