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Bioinformatics scientific associate / software engineer at Ontario Institute for Cancer Research; Technical/Data-Intensive R&D computing specialist.
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What could cause this rhythmic clicking/drumming sound in my bathroom sink pipe?
You know the sound that pouring out of a pop bottle makes when you're pouring too fast? When you have the bottle tilted just a bit, pop streams out smoothly; but as you tilt higher and higher eventually the water can't get out of the neck fast enough, and it "catches" until there's enough water behind it to push it out in one 'glug'; then it starts again. That's what's happening here. Not a complete blockage, but enough so that water can't flow out fast enough.