Liquid helium can climb over the sides of a dish.

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At extremely low temperatures, liquid helium can achieve a superfluid state wherein it flows without friction. This means that if you were to swirl liquid helium inside a glass and set it down, the liquid would keep moving for millions of years and even climb over the sides of the container. It can also dribble through the tiniest cracks.

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