Aug 292016
 
Throwing A Hammer Through A Mirror In Slow Motion

Smashing a glass is a classic move in the movies to create drama. The Slow Mo Guys take the simple act of smashing a mirror with a hammer and really amp up the excitement by recording it in super slow motion with their special camera equipment. 

 


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Aug 172016
 
Dry Ice In Slime Has Awesome Results

As the Internet already knows very well, dry ice is always good for some entertaining science experiments. Being the self proclaimed Crazy Russian Hacker, he decided to see what happens when you place dry ice into some green gooey slime. 

 


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Aug 172016
 
‘Swimming’ In A Pool Of Tiny Orbeez Water Balls

Orbeez are fun little water balls, basically mini waterballoons with a stronger shell. Mark Rober had The Backyard Scientist had the ingenious idea to fill a swimming pool with 25 million of the fun sized balloons. Awesome!

 


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Aug 042016
 
Liquid Nitrogen Freeze-Ray Vs. Flamethrower

It’s darn hot out. How how? There are literally fires burning out of control across the States. The Backyard Scientist is sweating down in Florida so he decided to mess around with super cold liquid nitrogen. 

After building a ‘freeze-ray’ he decided to put it up against a flame thrower. The results are glorious. 

 


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Jul 052016
 
Filling Giant Balloons With Liquid Nitrogen

Grant Thompson is famous on YouTube as the king of random. He often performs unexpected and outrageous science experiments. For his latest video, he purchased a bunch of giant 6 foot water balloons and filled them with liquid nitrogen.

Don’t try this one at home!

 


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