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June 8, 2010

What — and where — is this?

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Answer here this time tomorrow.

June 8, 2010 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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By the looks of it, wind is what makes the ripples. The vents you can see at the far end are probably the source (with another two at this end). The ripples being so small gives the depth (or lack) of the water.

Posted by: Graeme | Jun 9, 2010 1:25:06 AM

Where-ever it goes, there it is.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Jun 8, 2010 6:19:01 PM

It's a fake pool with a glass roof with a thin layer of water.
You can walk underneath.
It's in Japan.

Posted by: Harrison | Jun 8, 2010 4:39:27 PM

...in a pool.

Posted by: Michael B | Jun 8, 2010 1:08:53 PM

Someone who's been reading Stranger In A Strange Land?

Posted by: Michael B | Jun 8, 2010 1:07:06 PM

A fake pool, where people can walk under the "water" :)
I saw it on youtube. Its a see trough glass plate making the ripples. I have no idea how it makes the ripples tough.

Posted by: Ole M | Jun 8, 2010 1:01:19 PM

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