Joint popping is one of those things some people revel in and others detest. What you may not have realized, though, is that fluid dynamics are responsible for the sound. Joints contain a non-Newtonian liquid called synovial fluid to lubricate them. When you manipulate the joint to stretch it, pressure in the fluid drops and gases dissolved in the synovial fluid are released, forming a cavitation bubble. The creation and collapse of this bubble are what cause the audible popping. (Video credit: SciShow)
Toro Y Moi “Say That”
Ugh I wish I didnt tell slater he could fly out of Philly. He’s def starting to get on my nerves. Like it’s nice being able to chill with an old friend and talk about stuff I haven’t in a long time, but still he’s one of those two-day-max friends, not like 4. Bleh.
Ugh why did I say slater could fly out of Philly. He is def starting to get on my nerves. Like it’s nice being able to see an old friend and