And the times in between the times they spin?i've seen alot of household party balloons (ie light weight) tied to tables, in my day and even with almost no noticeable wind...they spin at times.
i think you are all missing the point. IF the balloon in the video was actually moving the way the video at first makes us THINK the balloon is moving (quickly and rapidly changing directions) the balloon would spin at some point inthat long video.And the times in between the times they spin?
I agree with this.The balloon follows the wind and therefore feels no forces that want to rotate it, unless there is turbulence
i know its a balloon because i have a 17" laptop with a halfway decent graphics card so i can clearly see the 30 on the side of the balloon.I dunno. Arguing whether or not balloons tend to spin in the wind doesn't seem relevant. THIS one did not. And by the comparison of the video to the printed balloon. I think it's safe to say that the video is a match for the balloon.
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