Aug 162015
 
Dropping A Burning Hot Metal Ball On A Nokia 3310 Cellphone

Back in the day, the Nokia 3310 cellphone was the iPhone of the day. It seemed like everyone had one. They worked great, but were famous for never breaking. You could drop it over and assume your phone was fine. Today, nerds joke that nothing can do the phone harm. Cars And Water decided to find out just how resilient the 3310 is by dropping a burning hot ball of nickel on one. The results are… Well.. 

 


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Aug 032015
 
Placing A Red Hot Ball Of Metal On Floral Foam Has Mind Blowing Results

Cars And Water is the at home science guy who is famous for heating a ball of pure nickel until it is red hot and dropping it in or place it on a slew of different objects, from candy to Gak. But his latest experiment might just be the strangest yet. When he placed the ball on top of a cube of floral foam, the material turned different space colors and shrunk. It’s like the ball sucked the life right out of it. 

 


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Jul 202015
 
Coins ‘Dance’ When Stuck Into Dry Ice

When handled carefully, dry ice can be a lot of fun to perform experiments with. The Crazy Russian Hacker got his hands on a brick of dry ice, and stuck the edge of metal coins into the frozen carbon dioxide. The coins seems to ‘dance’ and jiggle back and forth as the metal causes the frozen CO2 to instantly vaporize and the drop in pressure makes the coins move. So cool!

 


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Jul 162015
 
Throwing A Basketball Over The Edge Of A Giant Dam

Derek Muller of the popular education channel Veritasium had the special opportunity to visit the giant Gordon Damn in Tazmania and didn’t waste the chance to perform some cool science experiments. In this viral video, he and his buddies demonstrate the surprising applications of the Magnus Effect. When a basketball is dropped from the dam with a spin, something very interesting occurs. This video has gone viral with over 2.25 million hits!

 


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Jun 172015
 
Pouring Molten Metals Into Water Is Awesome

As his name suggests, homestead nerd The Backyard Scientist enjoys performing science experiments in his backyard and showing the Internet the awesome results. For his latest project, he melted six common metals, pewter, tin, bismuth, lead, zinc, aluminum, and iron, and poured the molten metal into a large glass aquarium filled with water. The results are very cool. 

 


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