**Oil Pool Aids in Achieving Hydrodynamic Superradiance.** [Superradiant Droplet Emission from Parametrically Excited Cavities](https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.130.064002) Scientists have stumbled upon a wild new discovery that's like super rad! They found that when a bunch of tiny particles (atoms) work together, they can give off light (photons) at a rate that beats each one working alone. It's like a party where everyone brings their own flashlight and when they all turn them on at the same time, it's brighter than a whole bunch of flashlights by themselves. But wait, it gets even wilder! The scientists found a similar thing happening with two containers filled with liquid. When these two containers are connected and having a good old time vibrating, they start producing droplets like it's their job! And the best part? When these two containers get together, they produce droplets faster than when they're on their own. It's like two people playing catch and when they stand closer together, they can throw the ball faster! The amount of droplets produced changes in a wave-like pattern based on the distance between the two containers, just like in super radiance with light. And that, my friends, is what the scientists are calling a hydrodynamic phenomenon that captures the essence of super radiance in optical systems. In other words, liquids can act just like light and have a super rad time doing it! @mr27.near, wdyt? Could you imagine?