Coke Zero Balancing Act Video
Posted by LOTGK on March 28, 2010
This past Summer we visited Geneva On The Lake, a quaint local beach resort spot on shores of Lake Erie, Ohio. Patrick, the lead scientist of the Grassy Knoll Institute continued his research on the dynamics of gravity and carbonated liquid filled cylinders and caffeine. To correlate results from the first experiment, the same location, (Time Square Restaurant, Home of the largest order of french fries,) was chosen. However, this time, a can of Coke Zero was used instead of Classic Coke. The results were the same.
Notice the table was level, and no strings or pulley type devices can be seen. In a matter of seconds, Patrick balanced the Coke on its side and it did not tip over. He ran his hands over and around the can to prove that no strings or other devices were used to hold the can in place.
BTW, Yes, the fries were great as well as the cheeseburgers at Time Square Restaurant located in the heart of Geneva-On-The-Lake strip.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL