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The thick goo, which has a viscosity 2 million times that of honey or molasses, dripped one drop at a time, at the rate of one drop per decade. At that rate, it remained unseen until last year, when physics professor Shane Bergin finally caught it on camera
– proving that Tar Pitch does indeed flow.
The resulting time-lapse was seen over a million times around the world.
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