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  1. #1 Fruitloops in my milk 
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    So... I was thinking... does fruitloops tend to stay in clumps in your milk, becasue together, they take up less mass, then both of them seperatey?


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    I remain truly impressed by the high level of physics in this sub-forum. What is a "fruitloop". What does "take up less mass" mean?

    Why should I care?


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    It is related to surface tension. Google Cheerio Effect.
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