22 seconds of mOrg weirdness
I'm still on the fence on exactly what it
is I'm seeing here.
'cracks' growing from tiny bits of translucent goo..
at speeds that suggest they are 'heat stress cracks'
forming in the lesion fluid.
However..the 'cracks' appear to have 3 dimensional
form..and are translucent when top illuminated.
If it's merely heat from the lighting
causing the 'cracks' why do they always
originate in a blob?
Note the high speed construction going on in the
large blob bottom left. If I had not been tracking
the crack growth so intently..I would have locked
the camera on the fast changing blob; it's morphing
at an incredible rate of speed..