Anyone want to watch paint dry?  Probably more exciting than watching pitch drop, but definitely not more interesting!

The Pitch Drop Experiment - the longest running lab experiment. Watch it live and maybe in a few years you'll see something happen.

The pitch drop experiment is a long-term experiment which measures the flow of a piece of pitch over many years. Pitch is the name for any of a number of highly viscous liquids which appear solid, most commonly bitumen. At room temperature, tar pitch flows at a very slow rate, taking several years to form a single drop. Started in 1927 and still running

The world's longest running experiment was started by Thomas Parnell of the University of Queensland in 1927 to prove that tar pitch, a seemingly brittle coal derivative that can be shattered with a hammer at room temperature, is, in.

The Pitch Drop Experiment | School of Mathematics and Physics. Custodian of the experiment, Professor John Mainstone. Pitch - brittle solid, highly viscous fluid, or both? 83 years later, the 9th drop is just forming and you can watch, live!

The University of Queensland started the pitch-drop experiment way back in the year 1927 and has been a source of undying frustration for a .

Pitch Drop Experiment - the worlds oldest experiment (started in 1927).  The experiment demonstrates the fluidity and high viscosity of pitch, a derivative of tar once used for waterproofing boats.

Pitch Drop Experiment - the worlds oldest experiment (started in The experiment demonstrates the fluidity and high viscosity of pitch, a derivative of tar once used for waterproofing boats.

The Pitch Drop Experiment at UQ (world longest-running laboratory experiment - it's been dripping since 1927)

The Pitch Drop Experiment at UQ (world longest-running laboratory experiment - it's been dripping since

Pitch Drop Experiment Drops! - Neatorama

Pitch Drop Experiment Drops! - Neatorama

Pitch drop experiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Slowest experiment ever: Pitch drop experiment, drop fell 5 days ago, going on since 1927

The Pitch Drop Experiment is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's longest-running laboratory experiment. Started by Professor Thomas Parnell in 1927 at the University of Queensland in Australia, the experiment demonstrates that even seemingly solid objects have some levels of viscosity and fluidity.  Learn more about the experiment from their live cam website at the link in the image.

The Pitch Drop Experiment is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's longest-running laboratory experiment. Started by Professor Thomas Parnell in 1927 at the University of Queensland in Australia, the experiment demonstrates that even seemingly solid objects have some levels of viscosity and fluidity. Learn more about the experiment from their live cam website at the link in the image.

Pitch Drop Experiment, short video.

The pitch drop experiment is an experiment that has been running continuously since It is attempting to measure the viscosity of pitch, or asphalt, which generates one drop every 10 years or so. Pitch is 20 BILLION times more viscous than water.

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