Turntables and vinyl are back in style, but have you been wondering what sorts of experiments you could be doing instead of listening to music? Today we have you covered, with a look at the math behind why a ball will go into a spiral rather than falling off a spinning turntable.Source: The Scholarly Kitchen blog
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