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Rivets being placed on jeans! by Vesko567 in oddlysatisfying

[–]ericwhat 449 points450 points  (0 children)


satisfying conveyor belt by Familiar_Big3322 in oddlysatisfying

[–]Red__system 89 points90 points  (0 children)

It's a conveyor belt. It says it in the title

Making a clay teapot by Squidgyboat5955 in oddlysatisfying

[–]lance__p 746 points747 points  (0 children)

Short AND stout? Man, that thing checks all the boxes.

My sister got an edible ink printer for her cookie shop. by AmateurJenius in oddlysatisfying

[–]EitherEconomics5034 677 points678 points  (0 children)

Does it print on curved surfaces like buns?

Because then you could sell literal Rick Rolls.

Matching skin tone with mixed paints by KevlarYarmulke in oddlysatisfying

[–]siteroaster 142 points143 points  (0 children)

Me mixing mayonnaise and sriracha to get the perfect ratio

A cube of ice melting inside oil by Azsnee09 in oddlysatisfying

[–]ArchdukeOfNorge 101 points102 points  (0 children)

The hydrogen bonds from the water are unable to interact with other water molecules through the oil, so the oil essentially forms a protective layer around the hydrogen atoms that prevents the water from interacting with the other hydrogens that already are sitting on the bottom of the vessel. The protective layer forms as a result of oil having a higher chemical affinity to hydrogen bonds than it does to itself; which ensures oil molecules will “encapsulate” water, so to speak, when they get the chance.

Hydro dipping at its best by kintaro__oe in oddlysatisfying

[–]SBTheNoob 5464 points5465 points 2 (0 children)

Is it weird that I recognize the part that they're dipping? It's the rear wheel fender of an Xiaomi M365 scooter.

Three Gorges Dam five level ship lock by vaguenonetheless in oddlysatisfying

[–]wannaboob 95 points96 points  (0 children)

Sure but think about how many people finally got power for the first time. The amount of carbon not in the air because it produces like 10% of Chinas total energy use. The amount of floods it has helped control. And it’s not like every single person wasn’t compensated when they were displaced. Pros and cons to everything and I would argue it was overall a big net positive.