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robertwolke.com/what-einstein-didnt-know/why-are-soap-bubbles-round

Bubbles are round — spherical — because there is an attractive force called surface tension that pulls molecules of water into the tightest possible groupings.

www.trivials.com/why-are-bubbles-round

We'll explain the physics of bubbles so that it is easily understandable. As a bonus ... Bubbles naturally “want” to be round (or spherical rather). Why is this?

scienceline.ucsb.edu/getkey.php?key=997

Most three-dimensional things that are perfectly round in all directions are called "spheres". Therefore, bubbles are said to be "spherical." Most things that are ...

www.bubbles.org/html/questions/round.htm

Why are bubbles round? Baloon and bubble, Bubbles and balloons have a lot in common! Scientists refer to them as "minimal surface structures." This means ...

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Apr 4, 2014 ... Two squares explain why bubbles are round! Our previous video '10 Facts About Newton': http://youtu.be/jRxYvvlisuA Facebook: ...
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Mar 26, 2012 ... Julius Sumner Miller: Lesson 9 - Soap Bubbles and Soap Films ... K-PAX - why is a soap bubble round - a wrong Teleological answer (KIND ...

www.kidsdiscover.com/teacherresources/bubbles-for-kids

Dec 16, 2013 ... Why is a bubble round? Bubbles can stretch and become all kinds of crazy looking shapes. But if you seal a bubble by flipping it off your wand, ...

wonderopolis.org/wonder/are-all-bubbles-round

One of the delights of childhood is playing with bubbles for the first time. Dipping that little plastic wand into the bottle of soapy, sudsy, almost-magical bubble ...

mocomi.com/why-are-bubbles-spherical

Why do bubbles take only Spherical Shape? How fascinating are those beautiful, round, mystical spheres that we blow and chase around! Bubbles – so round!