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1. The IMPLOSION of the bubble happens so fast it creates a nuclear fusion instantaneously, meaning that for a brief (very brief) second it goes away. Also, the temperature is of that VERY small space, jsut because something is extremely hot, doesn`t mean it has a lot of energy.
If I were to place an object.. that is burning at 700 or so degrees (not sure how hot it really gets but im going to use this) on top of a block of ice, or near enough to the ice where it gets the full effect of the heat, what will happen. The object would be cooled down and lose all its energy to the ice. Why?
The burning object was just a match, and the ice object was a 30lb ice sculpture. The ice sculpture (because of its size and mass) has far more energy then that lowly match, even if its only 20 degrees farenheit.
The same thing happens in this case, it MAYBE 9900 degrees, but the area is so small (microscopic) that the energy is lost in a split second when it expanded
... but it is just a little plastic ankle deep pool from wal-mart, but oh well, it will work!
lmao! You win XD
The core of the sun on the other hand reaches over 10 000 000 K, so yeah, I hope there aren`t any shrimp doing that.
most pet stores that sell saltwater fish should either carry Pistol Shrimps or be able to get them. you have to have a saltwater set up for them and they require certain supplements (iodine is one of them) to be added to the water. saltwater aquarium keeping is a pricey but very rewarding hobby.
liveaquaria.com also has Pistol Shrimp.
he scared me a few times. i heard a snapping noise coming from the tank and i was afraid that the glass was cracking. turns out it was the shrimp warning off some of the larger fish that got too close to the tunnel entrance. i could hear it from several feet away from the tank if the room was fairly quiet.
I guess I just wanted to be the first and only one to say that.
That was awesome, I`d like to read more into the physics of that attack.
That would be freaky to be scuba diving near the sea bottom when the scuba teacher tells you that there is pistol shrimp nearby..
it would feel like a pinch if he did that to a shark
in the comments.....Yes...I get it..I know where its from...wheres it from ?
"Printers reach up to 9 TIMES the heat of the sun! Not kidding. Can you guys pleeeease check out my profile??? :)"
OK 2 things : #1 - Don`t you mean Pincers? There aren`t any printers underwater, lol (at least I don`t think so. You know something I don`t??)#2 - Why do you want people to look at your profile? There isn`t anything to look at on it but ONE picture!! Sure got me to look though didn`t it? LOL!
Well, when I think of super water pressure I don`t associate it with scuba depths (~300 feet max for safety?). I was expecting it to need much more depth than that to have that effect.
And I never call myself Asian but they didn`t have Middle East in the drop down menu. :P
Are you sure you are asian?
They`re always getting into your closets and whatnot and creating trouble.
The Goby stands watch outside of the hovel (the shrimp have VERY poor eyesight) and alerts the shrimp of danger, while the shrimp provides a hole for the gobi to hide in, and will blast any crazy muthaf*ckas that get too close.
Oh shi- wrong one.
Screw it, I always liked Guile. SONIC BOOM!!
Come on, backflip so fast that the guy falls down 30 feet away? That`s the definition of badass.
The shrimp was cool, too.
That is BADASS though.
:-PWikipedia Article on Bubble Fusion
My only guess to the plausibility of that is water pressure maybe, but there was a diver in scuba gear, so it can`t be all that deep either.
But it is backed up. It should be noted though that they`re only talkin about it being that temperature in an extremely small portion of an extremely small bubble, for an extremely small amount of time.
And it`s not using the heat to hurt it`s prey, it uses the sonic blast.
I want a claw like that!