Jul 112014
 
Explaining Facebook’s Secret Psychological Experiment

The Internet blew up in an uproar after Facebook disclosed that they had held a psychological experiment on their users last year without their knowledge. But what exactly did they do? Sci Show explains what the whole hullabaloo was about in this educational video.  

 


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Jun 262014
 
What Happens When You Crack An Egg Underwater

Have you ever wondered what happens if you crack an egg underwater? Cellphone company Nokia wanted to find out, so they attempted the experiment. Besides for revealing how an un-shelled egg maintains form in the salty water, it also shows that fish love eggs as much as we do! Yum! 

 


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Jun 042014
 
Boiling Coca-Cola Has Gross Results

Countless people drink a soda or two a day. There’s no arguing it’s delicious, but do you even realize what you are drinking? To demonstrate what’s really inside your Coke, the Crazy Russian Hacker boiled a bottle of the dark sweet beverage on the stove. All that’s left is a nasty dark syrup. It’s just plain nasty. 

 


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May 132014
 
Giant Gummy Bear Dropped In Potassium Chlorate Is Explosive

As most nerds know, potassium chlorate is highly reactive with sugar. To entertain kids, performing scientists will often drop a gummy bear in a little bit of the compound to show off the flaming effects. Vat19 likes to take things to the next level. As they sell giant, 5-pound gummy bears, they decided to perform the experiment in a super-sized fashion.

And boom goes the dynamite. 

 


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May 132014
 
Swimming Cap Full Of Water Dropped On Head Trick In Slow Motion

Now that it’s finally warmer outside, The Slow Mo Guys decided to take their science experiments to the pool. After seeing a cool trick where a person drops a swimming cap full of water onto another person’s head, Gavin insisted on trying it on on Dan–with the slow motion camera recording, of course. The results are surprisingly cool. 

 


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