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Re: Bent Glass

Actually, looking back at it, getting the water to stay up there is no
different than how a siphon keeps water above the water line. Getting the
water up (or air out) in the first place though could be fun.


-----Original Message-----
From: Shannon Wheeler <swheeler at tnc_ab.ca>
Date: July 14, 1999 2:06 PM

>The tank tops must be sealed. One of them mentioned something about an
>access hole in the top cover... I'll have to go back and look. Pretty hard
>to do any rearranging by reaching in through one of the towers, eh? Wonder
>when they'll have a Klein bottle?
>>Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 08:53:58 -0700
>>From: Hoa Nguyen <nguyenh at nosc_mil>
>>>From: "Shannon Wheeler" <swheeler at tnc_ab.ca>
>>Amazing tanks!  I am puzzled though.  How can the water and fish stay in
>>the tubes above the tank (in the Escher, King Arthur and Sentinel
>>tanks)?  Is the tank top sealed tight?  If not, the only way I can see
>>happening is that the tubes are in series with a pump.  But how would the
>>fish get in there then?  Has anyone seen one of these tanks?