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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuGfjtBffiEdoes happen like this?1) wine bottle accelerates towards the wall2) the inertia of the wine makes it want to stay in the same place so it flows towards of the neck end of the bottle (air gap opens up between wine and bottom of bottle).3) the wine and the bottle are at same speed3) the bottle hits the wall and almost instantly stops4) but the wine continues to flow forward (like someone in a car), hits the bottom of the bottle and rebounds, hits the cork and pushes it out a bit
It is nice to get some really useful information instead of fretting about blackholes and antimatter
Depend on how many bottles consumed I think
Does the same thing work on the floor which is often more solid than walls?