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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Jun 102015
 
Pouring Coke Onto Molten Lead Has Gorgeous Results

The Internet was grossed out a year ago when they saw what happens when you boil Coca Cola. That video has over 23 million views! Now, TAOFLEDERMAUS demonstrates a much prettier experiment involving Coke. He took a pan of molten lead and poured a can of Coke on top. The results are unexpected and gorgeous! 

 


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Jun 082015
 
Fluid Physics In Slow Motion Is Stunning

It’s easy to get lost in time while watching a bubbling creek as the water flows over rocks and pebbles. There’s just something so mesmerizing about the way the water moves and flows. The Slow Mo Guys investigate this idea further by popping spinning water balloons filled with colored water under the lens of a slow motion camera. Gorgeous! 

 


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May 302015
 
Why Do Ice Spikes Form On Ice Cube Trays

Have you ever made ice with an old fashion ice cube tray and noticed that many of the cubes had little spikes poking out of the top of them? No, it’s not because of spirits living in your freezer who are trying to communicate from another dimension. Veritasium explains that because the ice cube freezes from the outside first expanding water inside the cube has no where to go so it shoots out of the top of the cube. Mind blown!

 


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May 142015
 
Relighting A Smoking Candle In Super Slow Motion

Most people don’t realize that when a candle is burning it’s the wax that is supplying the fuel for the flame. That’s why when you blow out a candle you can relight it just by lighting the smoke trail. The Slow Mo Guys wanted to examine this phenomenon further, so they relit a smoking candle under the lens of their super slow motion camera. The results are glorious.

 


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