I teamed up with Cody, from Cody’s Lab, to experiment and see what would happen if Sodium Metal got flushed down the toilet.
In this video I want to show you 5 amazing experiments that you can re-conduct at your home. How to make?
I pour some hot bismuth metal on a fully working iPhone 6S. :)
I placed a fully working iPhone 6S inside a liquid solution that turns into foam in a matter of minutes and I wanted to see if the device can survive the force and pressure inside the ball!
Today's episode promises to be CRAPPIER than ever - because we're talking about The Martian. That's no judgement on the movie, it's just that the film is ACTUALLY full of poop and poop science.
How can science help you wake up without coffee?
Not only did I drop test the new Motorola Droid Turbo 2 but I also gave it a few slams with the good old hammer. Did it survive to tell the story?
Breasts are pretty amazing!
6 Soda Gadgets Put to the Test
I made my own custom play doh case for the iPhone 6S and dropped it from approx. 100 feet. Does it survive?
5 designs guaranteed to win 1st place or your money back. I hope you enjoy the video and learn something new like I did when I made it. Feel free to share with any one who likes to learn science or is in a High School Physics class!
How to make a bouncing egg by dissolving the egg shell in vinegar. Fun science experiment to try with kids.
Science has unravelled some of the world’s greatest mysteries, but it can’t explain everything.
Make magnetic slime using Elmers PVA glue. Add iron filings and watch what happens when you introduce a magnet. Simple and fun science experiment. The neodymium magnets are really strong. Make
Special thanks to Laser Away in Santa Monica for helping make this happen - your staff was awesome!