Suspended Gravitation - Electrical Experimenter Magazine, February 1920. Painting by Harold Brown.
Showing what happens to you at dinner when gravitation is suspended. The girl, by the way, is not blowing bubbles, but is drinking a grapefruit highball, which, of course, weighs nothing. The ball formation is caused by surface tension, which causes liquids to form into a sphere. This is the same principle that makes small drops perfectly round. - H. Gernsback, Editor & Publisher
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