Have you ever wondered if a lava lamp would work on Jupiter?

Yeah, me neither, but Neil Fraser did. To find out he built himself a centrifuge and put a lava lamp on for a spin. The resulting rotations cranked up the G-force on the lamp to around 2.3, or approximately the same that you'd find on Jupiter

Science!

Neil Fraser's Lava Lamp Centrifuge via We Interrupt

Shea Gunther is a podcaster, writer, and entrepreneur living in Portland, Maine. He hosts the popular podcast "Marijuana Today Daily" and was a founder of Renewable Choice Energy, the country's leading provider of wind credits and Green Options. He plays a lot of ultimate frisbee and loves bad jokes.

Will lava lamps work on Jupiter?
Neil Fraser has a lot of skills and free time on his hands, at least enough to actually figure out if a lava lamp would work in Jupiter's heavier gravity.