Internet guy who believes in the triumph of humanity with a little help from technology. Yadda, yadda, yadda.
Jul 23, 2001
"Curtains are sucked into the shower because water droplets decelerate under the influence of aerodynamic drag, transferring energy to the bathtub's air, which begins to twist like a miniature hurricane turned on its side. As in the eye of a hurricane, the pressure in the center of this disturbance is low, pulling on the shower curtain." How to Avoid Being Attacked in the Shower from what is essentially a New York Times Weblog.