Bathrooms generally don't experience gusts of wind. Regardless, you've likely experienced the cling of a shower curtain that randomly flew at you while you're just trying to lather up your scalp. How does this happen? Why?! We're pretty sure the answer is not ghosts, but the scientific explanation has puzzled physicists for years.
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The Shower Curtain Mystery
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Shower curtains commonly creep inwards when the shower is on. 00:10
One theory about the creeping shower curtain involves Bernoulli's principle, and states that lower air pressure inside the shower would cause the curtain to move into the tub. 00:58
Scientists still haven't developed an airtight explanation for why the shower curtain creeps up on you. 01:25
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