Tibetan singing bowl levitating water is science meets cool

(CBS) - We haven't done a "moment of Zen" in a while here on The Feed. And what's more Zen than a Tibetan singing bowl levitating water?  Yeah, that's right - you'll want to check this one out.

The YouTube video was posted by "LabEquipment" who writes about the fascinating visual:

Researchers from the Institute of Physics studied the singing properties of Tibetan bowls, which are used to investigate a liquid's interaction with solid materials, a situation that arises in many engineering applications, such as the wind-loading of bridges and buildings.

To read more about the research and findings from the study, you can click here.