You’ve probably seen the elephant toothpaste experiment... but have you seen it in a car?! It’s incredible how hot the hydrogen peroxide gets as it explodes!
Elephant Toothpaste Explosion in a Car
We’re making a bonafide scientific mess! See what happens when liquid nitrogen builds up pressure!
Watch These Barrels of Ping Pong Balls Explode
When liquid nitrogen becomes pressurized it sends hundreds of pings pongs flying into the air. See the action in slow motion!
Ping Pong Slow Motion Explosion
Elephant toothpaste is a foamy substance caused by the rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
Elephant Toothpaste in Slow Motion
Well, it’s not pretty. We’re essentially making a ginormous snake.
What Happens When You Mix Sulfuric Acid and Sugar?
In rare weather conditions, forest fires can curl into tornado shapes. We’re recreating this phenomena to learn more about it.
Recreating a Fire Tornado
Using a set of fans, Kevin Delaney and team created a fire tornado.
Fire Tornado Slow Motion
Fire extinguishers release liquid carbon dioxide at 825 pounds per square inch. That’s a lot of force which produces thrust!
How Does a Fire Extinguisher Propel Someone?
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
What’s the secret to pulling a tablecloth from under plates and silverware? Speed!
Pulling a Tablecloth at 100 MPH
What should we call this creation? The banano? This fruity musical instrument plays in the key of vitamin K.
Creating a Banana Piano
It’s remarkably easy to do. The secret is the egg’s arch shape.
How to stand on Eggs Without Breaking Them
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
Watch this mysterious goo explode frame by frame!
Oobleck in Slow Motion
We’re exploring the hidden secrets of surface tension! Watch Kevin attempt to capture CO2 gas in soap.
Popping CO2 Bubbles