In the world’s longest-running scientific experiment, an expermet that began in 1927, the 9th drop finally dropped. This time the cameras worked.
The 8th drop dropped in 2000. Cameras set up to record this exciting event failed to work.
Along with many others, we’ve been waiting patiently . . . click here to read one of our earlier blog postings about it.
The Atlantic — “The 3 Most Exciting Words in Science Right Now: ‘The Pitch dropped'” — click here
i — “Pitch-ure perfect: Scientists capture a drop of falling tar pith on camera for the firs ttime in 70 years” — click here