Soap bubbles can predict path of typhoons

The spinning flow of liquid on the surface membrane of a soap bubble can be used to predict the intensity of deadly hurricanes a

Soap bubbles can be used to predict the strength of hurricanes and typhoons, according to scientists. Physicists from the University of Bordeaux found that the flow of surface liquid around a soap bubble membrane acts in the same way as huge weather systems which form over the earth. A detailed …