The Street Science team finds the best way to quickily cool a few brews.
Kevin Kolher puts his flaming sword to the test.
The Street Science team crack open a few beers with unconventional tools.
Crack It Open
Kevin and his team of experts create a crushing device with some of the strongest magnets on earth.
Kevin Delaney and The Backyard Scientist their homemade tesla coil.
The Backyard Scientists test his mega mouse trap.
The Mega Mouse Trap
Kevin and his team debunk the mystery of the human cannonball with a Darren dummy.
Unlocking the Secrets Behind the Human Cannonball
The Street Science team crush a barrel using atmospheric pressure.
Crushing Atmospheric Pressure
The Street Science team test the explosive power of nitrogen triiodide.
Explosive Bar Trick
Kevin and Anna-Lise blow-up a 5 pound gummy bear.
Explosive Gummy Bear
Kevin and his team of experts put the strongest glues on earth to the test.
Watch this mysterious goo explode frame by frame!
Oobleck in Slow Motion
How is it possible to walk across a liquid? Kevin and his crew have created a goo that acts as both a liquid and solid.
Riding Across a Liquid
To test this, Kevin and crew are slicing, shooting, and cutting the goo to see how it reacts.
Oobleck Acts as Both a Solid and Liquid
What should we call this creation? The banano? This fruity musical instrument plays in the key of vitamin K.
Creating a Banana Piano
Sure, it’s not the most glamorous hovercraft in the world, but it works. Check out how Kevin and his crew made one!
Making a Hovercraft for $100