This video is an exploration of the viscous flow of peanut butter down an inclined cracker, with surprising results. Instead of flowing down the cracker and dripping off the edge, the peanut butter flows readily at first, then practically stops moving. After increasing the cracker’s slope, the now-room-temperature peanut butter fully stops before the edge. This completely contradicts my lifetime experience of PBJ consumption. If I repeat this experiment, I may try using a different brand of peanut butter with a lower molecular weight, with the hope it flows more readily. I would also like to try decreasing the angle of the cracker and see how that changes the flow.
The music, Jazzy Downtempo, is part of the iMovie built-in audio library.